Better Out Than In


I created the artwork above because no one is immune to mental strife. …  One of the best forms of therapy is having the ability to talk to someone who is willing to listen; to provide another perspective.  Since a picture can be worth a thousand words, sometimes art can be the best therapy…  especially when words are hard to express. *source: ‘Better Out Than In

I hope that students can begin to have opportunities to understand mental health in school.  Feel free to read more of my thoughts about this issue here:  “Better Out Than In“.

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