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Please say hello to first-time contributor Liz Gilbert, a 28-year-old graphic arts student who resides in North Canton, Ohio. 15 years ago, Liz was diagnosed with Schizoaffective Disorder. This is a mix of bipolar and schizophrenia. She easily becomes paranoid, and has struggled with severe depression and a long battle with self harm. Even though she is balanced with medication, she still has those days where nothing seems to go right. More than anything, Liz wants to bring awareness to the unseen mental illnesses that exist in the minds of millions.
About these photos: “I have always had a love for typography. One day I was able to go to a printing press and granted the ability to print a few posters with whatever ran through my mind. A song was in my head that day and some of the background lyrics were “We are no one, we are one.” It rings true to schizophrenic symptoms. Voices, delusions and things of that nature may be invisible but they are real. I really want to raise awareness of the battles we as mentally ill deal with..”
Find more from Liz at her website.