Vanishing Point

Photography by Luis Rosado who has lived with an array of mental health challenges. Being sexually molested as a child, ptsd, anxiety, depression, alcoholism and more have taken their toll on him over the years. He feels like he lost years of growth due to his mental health challenges. About this photo: "This image is called 'Vanishing... Continue Reading →

Back to the Surface

Photography by Yanninia Marie who struggles with what she refers to as The Darkness. Darkness wears a mask of many faces and for her, those masks are depression, anxiety, PTSD, and a non-epileptic seizure disorder known as PNES. Through her work, she seeks to help others like herself find ways of making it through to tomorrow.... Continue Reading →

Manifestation of Trauma on the Body

Photography series taken by Rosie Kitt, a 27-year-old from Nottingham who has experienced depression, anxiety and PTSD. Rosie finds healing through creativity. About the series: "Manifestation of Trauma on the Body’ explores the effect of both the physical and psychological impressions that traumatic experiences can leave behind on the body. These include desensitization, flashbacks, speechlessness, fight or... Continue Reading →

Naive Innocence

Photo taken by contributor Jodie Beardmore, a 25 year old photographer who lives with depression. Jodie recently experienced an emotionally abusive relationship which aggravated her condition. She is now free from that relationship and working on her art and healing. . About this image: “I am now seven months free from the relationship and have created this image to... Continue Reading →

Hope

Photo taken by contributor Jacque, a woman who has been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder and ADHD. Jacque is a devoted wife to her husband of over 23 years, as well as the mother of two boys. Jacque is from Chicago where she works as a full-time graphic designer and photographer. She loves sharing her stories and... Continue Reading →

Dissociation

Please welcome first time contributor Layne, an 18-year-old photographer living with Borderline Personality Disorder and dissociation. They have found photography therapeutic and something that helps them think about feelings and make something positive out of it, making it easier for them to deal with having negative thoughts. About this photo: "This photo is a piece... Continue Reading →

Wash Over Me

Photo taken by contributor Lucey Keast, a 20-year-old student photographer from Cornwall, England. She first submitted a photograph to Broken Light during her first year of University when she first got diagnosed with depression and anxiety. She was worried that she would not make it to the end of her degree. However, she is now in... Continue Reading →

Pow Wow Dancer

Photo taken by contributor Kyle Anderson, a man from Saskatchewan, Canada. Kyle has struggled with an anxiety disorder for most of his life. After a traumatic accident ended his career in health care, his life became unmanageable and he sought out the help that he so desperately needed. As a longtime photographer, when he found... Continue Reading →

The Way Things Are

Photos taken by contributor Savannah Condon, a 22-year-old traveling photographer who is currently residing in London, England. Savannah suffers from Bipolar Disorder. She has been on and off of various medications since she was 13. Savannah has had a passion for photography and art since she was very young, which makes it the perfect therapeutic tool for her. She especially loves... Continue Reading →

Stay

Photo taken by contributor Carrie Hilgert, a photographer, painter, and healer from Northeast Kansas. Carrie is on an evolving journey. In her past, she was affected by chronic physical and mental illnesses, including depression. Photography, especially self-portraiture, was a tool that helped her throughout those challenging times, and allowed her to process her dark feelings. Carrie believes that her experiences... Continue Reading →

Be The Colour

Photo taken by contributor Livonne, a 55-year-old woman who lives in the Blue Mountains of Australia. Livonne was diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder over 20 years ago following a troubled childhood, a violent marriage, and the tragic death of her 10-year-old daughter on an access visit. She eventually found herself unable to work full time and at... Continue Reading →

Tropophobia

Photo taken by contributor Brandon, a man who has struggled with severe anxiety and depression for most of his life. He was officially diagnosed at the age of 17, and has been using photography as an outlet ever since. Brandon focuses on surrealist self portraiture in an attempt to ease his anxiety by giving him complete control over the... Continue Reading →

Hope Even On The Darkest Days

Please welcome first-time contributor Stephanie McLeod, a 36-year-old wife and mother. She first began to experience paranoid delusions, hallucinations, and severe mood swings in her teen years. After being misdiagnosed for years she was finally diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder at 31 years old accompanied by years of drug and alcohol addiction. During times of mania and... Continue Reading →

It Only Says It’s Open

Photo taken by contributor Kyle Anderson, a man from Saskatchewan, Canada. Kyle has struggled with an anxiety disorder for most of his life. After a traumatic accident ended his career in health care, his life became unmanageable and he sought out the help that he so desperately needed. As a longtime photographer, when he found... Continue Reading →

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