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Grocery Cart

Photo taken by contributor Morgan, a 21-year-old woman living in California. Morgan has suffered from bipolar depression and anxiety for many years. She experienced her first anxiety attack at the age of 10, and it has been a battle ever since. Her mental health improved greatly after the birth of her daughter, when she felt true unconditional love and acceptance from someone. Morgan thinks very passionately about photography. It’s so much more than just taking pictures to her, it’s a coping mechanism

About this photo:

“I’m empty inside.
But I still get used.

I’m empty inside.
But I still get pushed around.

I’m empty inside.
But I’m expected to be full.

I’m empty inside.
But people still expect things from me.

Sometimes I’m not empty inside.
Sometimes I’m filled to the brim.

Only to be emptied out again.”

Find more from Morgan at her blog.

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5 comments on “Grocery Cart

  1. Mish
    November 17, 2016

    Very impressive work. Keep it up! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  2. through1filter
    November 18, 2016

    I ♥ it. It inspired me. I find meaning in objects.

    Like

  3. blueribbonfair
    November 21, 2016

    Great photo.

    Like

  4. resnn
    January 12, 2017

    Beautiful.

    Like

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