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Gemma Correll’s – Mental Illness Feels Like Art

Gemma Correll

Gemma Correll is an amazing cartoonist. She is the artist of A Cats Life and A Pug’s Guide to Etiquette among many others. I love Gemma’s Mental Illness Feels Like art. I feel like she perfectly sums up what its like to battle with different mental disorders. At times we don’t know how to describe what we go through. I know I do, sometimes I feel stuck and don’t know what to say. When that happens I look up quotes or artwork to explain to those I love how I feel. The following is Gemma Correll’s Mental Illness Feels Like Art:

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Did Gemma’s artwork perfectly describe you? How would you describe your mental disorder? Let me know in the comment section below. Also, feel free to read these stories: Depression and Anxiety – A True Inspirational StoryDepression – A True Story, & Anxiety – A True Inspirational Story.

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  1. Quite a few of these images I could relate to: the treading water, anxietea, chasing a “normal” life, try harder, hall of mirrors, sinister creature, and constant fatigue ones. What does that mean about me? I haven’t seen a psychiatrist about these things, and I don’t really want to bother my parents (I’m a student) with getting a mental test or screening or whatever it’s called, because I know it usually costs quite a bit, and I don’t want them to spend even more money on a problem that might not even (hopefully doesn’t) exist. But so many times when I see a thing for this site (most memorably the”7 Signs You May Have High Functioning Depression” article), I feel a connection to what I read. Is there anything anyone can tell me about this? Thank you.

    • If it bothers you so much that it’s affecting your quality of life, then i think you should see someone about it, or atleast take online tests JUST to have an idea of what you’re problem is, i don’t recommend you to self-diagnose, anyways, good luck, i know at times it can be really hard just to get by, but when they say “it gets getter” it really does 🙂 you just have to keep on going

      • I have taken a few online tests, and I do kinda have an idea of what kind of problems I might have (key word “might”; I don’t want to mis-self-diagnose you know?). Thank you though, I really appreciate it. 🙂

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