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Photo taken by a woman in her thirties who has struggled with severe depression, anxiety and panic attacks for many years. Most recently she fell into a deep depression six months after her daughter was born, and has been fighting her way back since. She hopes to someday be able to be the wife and mother that she thinks her family deserves.

 About this photo: “I used to think that my home was a house. Now I know that my home is where my love is.” 

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5 comments on “Home

  1. luro97
    February 9, 2013

    Beautiful. You can do it.

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  2. Syncopated Eyeball
    February 9, 2013

    Your words ring true to me, home is where your love is. Yes, indeed.

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  3. gita4elamats
    February 9, 2013

    How gorgeous!
    Hang in there, you know you’ll feel better, soon, I hope. 🙂

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  4. bipolaronfire
    February 10, 2013

    This is such a beautiful photo, portraying a mother’s love. Let your love drive you to healing. You are a beautiful light-centered being and I know you will come out the other side of the hard work with a spark in your eye and a spring in your step. God bless you.

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  5. blessmyjourney
    February 12, 2013

    Beautiful Indeed!

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