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I like this better. Yes, I'm still learning how to do the whole lupus thing, accepting sacrifices, and sometimes I go through the emotions and I'm not okay, but I will be and I've learned how to do it a hell of a lot better than my did when I first got sick. I want to be real. I want to standup for my fellow spoonies. I won't let it define me, I won't let it ruin my career, and I know it makes me stronger, but to those who don't get if I could tell it to stop I would. I push through quite a bit. I hide the pain and lose myself or distract myself in my work and passions. I also need balance. I may be a #model, but I'm also just a #girl. I am Kelsey Leigh and I fight for my health and since we all have something, I encourage those to go through the motions. I'll always advocate for awareness. I have to stay true to my best self. @lupusincolor #spoonie #lupusawareness #modeloffduty #advocate #invisibleillnessawareness #chronicillness #lupiswarrior
I like this better. Yes, I'm still learning how to do the whole lupus thing, accepting sacrifices, and sometimes I go through the emotions and I'm not okay, but I will be and I've learned how to do it a hell of a lot better than my did when I first got sick. I want to be real. I want to standup for my fellow spoonies. I won't let it define me, I won't let it ruin my career, and I know it makes me stronger, but to those who don't get if I could tell it to stop I would. I push through quite a bit. I hide the pain and lose myself or distract myself in my work and passions. I also need balance. I may be a #model , but I'm also just a #girl . I am Kelsey Leigh and I fight for my health and since we all have something, I encourage those to go through the motions. I'll always advocate for awareness. I have to stay true to my best self. @lupusincolor #spoonie  #lupusawareness  #modeloffduty  #advocate  #invisibleillnessawareness  #chronicillness  #lupiswarrior 
#CompulsiveCharcoal (2015-onwards) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. 
#CompulsiveSkinPicking also known as #Dermatillomania or #Excoriation, is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. 
Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time.

I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. 
I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. 
#skinpicking #mentalhealth #derma #skin #scars #disorder #depression #anxiety #guilt #shame #secrecy #recovery #wellbeing #art #femaleartist #contemporaryart #artistatwork #advocate #speakingout #actsofkindness
#CompulsiveCharcoal  (2015-onwards) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. #CompulsiveSkinPicking  also known as #Dermatillomania  or #Excoriation , is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time. I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal  series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal  has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. #skinpicking  #mentalhealth  #derma  #skin  #scars  #disorder  #depression  #anxiety  #guilt  #shame  #secrecy  #recovery  #wellbeing  #art  #femaleartist  #contemporaryart  #artistatwork  #advocate  #speakingout  #actsofkindness 
#CompulsiveCharcoal (2015-onwards) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. 
#CompulsiveSkinPicking also known as #Dermatillomania or #Excoriation, is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. 
Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time.

I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. 
I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. 
#skinpicking #mentalhealth #derma #skin #scars #disorder #depression #anxiety #guilt #shame #secrecy #recovery #wellbeing #art #femaleartist #contemporaryart #artistatwork #advocate #speakingout #actsofkindness
#CompulsiveCharcoal  (2015-onwards) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. #CompulsiveSkinPicking  also known as #Dermatillomania  or #Excoriation , is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time. I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal  series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal  has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. #skinpicking  #mentalhealth  #derma  #skin  #scars  #disorder  #depression  #anxiety  #guilt  #shame  #secrecy  #recovery  #wellbeing  #art  #femaleartist  #contemporaryart  #artistatwork  #advocate  #speakingout  #actsofkindness 
#CompulsiveCharcoal (2015-onwards) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. 
#CompulsiveSkinPicking also known as #Dermatillomania or #Excoriation, is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. 
Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time.

I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. 
I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. 
#skinpicking #mentalhealth #derma #skin #scars #disorder #depression #anxiety #guilt #shame #secrecy #recovery #wellbeing #art #femaleartist #contemporaryart #artistatwork #advocate #speakingout #actsofkindness
#CompulsiveCharcoal  (2015-onwards) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. #CompulsiveSkinPicking  also known as #Dermatillomania  or #Excoriation , is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time. I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal  series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal  has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. #skinpicking  #mentalhealth  #derma  #skin  #scars  #disorder  #depression  #anxiety  #guilt  #shame  #secrecy  #recovery  #wellbeing  #art  #femaleartist  #contemporaryart  #artistatwork  #advocate  #speakingout  #actsofkindness 
❤Tere Saamne Aa Jaane Se
Yeh Dil Mera Dhadka Hai
Yeh Ghalti Nahi Hai Teri
Kusoor Nazar Ka Hai❤❤. 😎#advocate #jaat😎
❤Tere Saamne Aa Jaane Se Yeh Dil Mera Dhadka Hai Yeh Ghalti Nahi Hai Teri Kusoor Nazar Ka Hai❤❤. 😎#advocate  #jaat 😎
Japan (2011) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. 
#CompulsiveSkinPicking also known as #Dermatillomania or #Excoriation, is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. 
Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time.

I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. 
I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. 
#skinpicking #mentalhealth #derma #skin #scars #disorder #depression #anxiety #guilt #shame #secrecy #recovery #wellbeing #art #femaleartist #contemporaryart #artistatwork #advocate #speakingout #actsofkindness
Japan (2011) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. #CompulsiveSkinPicking  also known as #Dermatillomania  or #Excoriation , is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time. I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal  series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal  has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. #skinpicking  #mentalhealth  #derma  #skin  #scars  #disorder  #depression  #anxiety  #guilt  #shame  #secrecy  #recovery  #wellbeing  #art  #femaleartist  #contemporaryart  #artistatwork  #advocate  #speakingout  #actsofkindness 
The Baggage Room (2009) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. 
#CompulsiveSkinPicking also known as #Dermatillomania or #Excoriation, is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. 
Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time.

I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. 
I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. 
#skinpicking #mentalhealth #derma #skin #scars #disorder #depression #anxiety #guilt #shame #secrecy #recovery #wellbeing #art #femaleartist #contemporaryart #artistatwork #advocate #speakingout #actsofkindness
The Baggage Room (2009) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. #CompulsiveSkinPicking  also known as #Dermatillomania  or #Excoriation , is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time. I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal  series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal  has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. #skinpicking  #mentalhealth  #derma  #skin  #scars  #disorder  #depression  #anxiety  #guilt  #shame  #secrecy  #recovery  #wellbeing  #art  #femaleartist  #contemporaryart  #artistatwork  #advocate  #speakingout  #actsofkindness 
Interface (2007) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. 
#CompulsiveSkinPicking also known as #Dermatillomania or #Excoriation, is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. 
Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time.

I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. 
I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. 
#skinpicking #mentalhealth #derma #skin #scars #disorder #depression #anxiety #guilt #shame #secrecy #recovery #wellbeing #art #femaleartist #contemporaryart #artistatwork #advocate #speakingout #actsofkindness
Interface (2007) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. #CompulsiveSkinPicking  also known as #Dermatillomania  or #Excoriation , is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time. I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal  series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal  has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. #skinpicking  #mentalhealth  #derma  #skin  #scars  #disorder  #depression  #anxiety  #guilt  #shame  #secrecy  #recovery  #wellbeing  #art  #femaleartist  #contemporaryart  #artistatwork  #advocate  #speakingout  #actsofkindness 
जो इंकलाब का मतलब पूछते हैं उन्हें जवाब💪💪💪 इंकलाब जिन्दाबाद✊✊✊
#inquilabzindabad #bhagatsingh #reply #meaning #of #inquilab #zindabad #india #indian #nation #pride #respect #advocate #ka #lol #law #justice #support #instagram #chandrashekharazad  #post #like4like
Curdled (2014) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. 
#CompulsiveSkinPicking also known as #Dermatillomania or #Excoriation, is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. 
Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time.

I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. 
I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. 
#skinpicking #mentalhealth #derma #skin #scars #disorder #depression #anxiety #guilt #shame #secrecy #recovery #wellbeing #art #femaleartist #contemporaryart #artistatwork #advocate #speakingout #actsofkindness
Curdled (2014) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. #CompulsiveSkinPicking  also known as #Dermatillomania  or #Excoriation , is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time. I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal  series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal  has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. #skinpicking  #mentalhealth  #derma  #skin  #scars  #disorder  #depression  #anxiety  #guilt  #shame  #secrecy  #recovery  #wellbeing  #art  #femaleartist  #contemporaryart  #artistatwork  #advocate  #speakingout  #actsofkindness 
Self Portrait (2016) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. 
#CompulsiveSkinPicking also known as #Dermatillomania or #Excoriation, is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. 
Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time.

I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. 
I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. 
#skinpicking #mentalhealth #derma #skin #scars #disorder #depression #anxiety #guilt #shame #secrecy #recovery #wellbeing #art #femaleartist #contemporaryart #artistatwork #advocate #speakingout #stories #a
Self Portrait (2016) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. #CompulsiveSkinPicking  also known as #Dermatillomania  or #Excoriation , is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time. I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal  series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal  has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. #skinpicking  #mentalhealth  #derma  #skin  #scars  #disorder  #depression  #anxiety  #guilt  #shame  #secrecy  #recovery  #wellbeing  #art  #femaleartist  #contemporaryart  #artistatwork  #advocate  #speakingout  #stories  #a 
Just Below (2009) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. 
#CompulsiveSkinPicking also known as #Dermatillomania or #Excoriation, is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. 
Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time.

I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. 
I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. 
#skinpicking #mentalhealth #derma #skin #scars #disorder #depression #anxiety #guilt #shame #secrecy #recovery #wellbeing #art #femaleartist #contemporaryart #artistatwork #advocate #speakingout #stories #acts
Just Below (2009) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. #CompulsiveSkinPicking  also known as #Dermatillomania  or #Excoriation , is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time. I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal  series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal  has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. #skinpicking  #mentalhealth  #derma  #skin  #scars  #disorder  #depression  #anxiety  #guilt  #shame  #secrecy  #recovery  #wellbeing  #art  #femaleartist  #contemporaryart  #artistatwork  #advocate  #speakingout  #stories  #acts 
Bamboo, Japan (2011) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. 
#CompulsiveSkinPicking also known as #Dermatillomania or #Excoriation, is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. 
Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time.

I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. 
I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. 
#skinpicking #mentalhealth #derma #skin #scars #disorder #depression #anxiety #guilt #shame #secrecy #recovery #wellbeing #art #femaleartist #contemporaryart #artistatwork #advocate #speakingout #stories
Bamboo, Japan (2011) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. #CompulsiveSkinPicking  also known as #Dermatillomania  or #Excoriation , is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time. I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal  series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal  has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. #skinpicking  #mentalhealth  #derma  #skin  #scars  #disorder  #depression  #anxiety  #guilt  #shame  #secrecy  #recovery  #wellbeing  #art  #femaleartist  #contemporaryart  #artistatwork  #advocate  #speakingout  #stories 
Silent Lament (2016) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. 
#CompulsiveSkinPicking also known as #Dermatillomania or #Excoriation, is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming  in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. 
Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time.

I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. 
I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. 
#skinpicking #mentalhealth #derma #skin #scars #disorder #depression #anxiety #guilt #shame #secrecy #recovery #wellbeing #art #femaleartist #contemporaryart #artistatwork #advocate #speakingout #stories #acts
Silent Lament (2016) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. #CompulsiveSkinPicking  also known as #Dermatillomania  or #Excoriation , is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time. I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal  series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal  has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. #skinpicking  #mentalhealth  #derma  #skin  #scars  #disorder  #depression  #anxiety  #guilt  #shame  #secrecy  #recovery  #wellbeing  #art  #femaleartist  #contemporaryart  #artistatwork  #advocate  #speakingout  #stories  #acts 
NEVER FORGET USING PLACARDS
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Forty-five years ago, President Ferdinand 
E. Marcos signed Proclamation No. 1081, putting the entire Philippines under Martial Law.

It was considered one of the darkest days of the country. Rights were violated, activists and other people who contradict the government back then are subjected to capture, torture, and even death.

The intolerable violence lead to more forms activism, incognito unions, and the underground press. Anything to end the shadow of Martial Law.
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In the present day, President Rodrigo R, Duterte threatens to declare Martial Law in the entire Philippines as the rise of activists and critics to his admin are making noise.

He declared September 21, 2017 as the National Day Protest. It was that day all those who survived Martial Law, as well as the new generation of critics among the youth took advantage and practice their freedom of expression in the streets.

Unlike the protests of the previous administrations, no form violence was intended. As the new form of protest is breaking the silence, nothing more.
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The photo essay features the wits of the old and new generation in putting up placards for the protest.
NEVER FORGET USING PLACARDS — Forty-five years ago, President Ferdinand E. Marcos signed Proclamation No. 1081, putting the entire Philippines under Martial Law. It was considered one of the darkest days of the country. Rights were violated, activists and other people who contradict the government back then are subjected to capture, torture, and even death. The intolerable violence lead to more forms activism, incognito unions, and the underground press. Anything to end the shadow of Martial Law. - In the present day, President Rodrigo R, Duterte threatens to declare Martial Law in the entire Philippines as the rise of activists and critics to his admin are making noise. He declared September 21, 2017 as the National Day Protest. It was that day all those who survived Martial Law, as well as the new generation of critics among the youth took advantage and practice their freedom of expression in the streets. Unlike the protests of the previous administrations, no form violence was intended. As the new form of protest is breaking the silence, nothing more. - The photo essay features the wits of the old and new generation in putting up placards for the protest.
Hari kejepit deadline menjerit, tetap semangat ! #jumatbarokah #law #lawyers #jlc #justice #advocate
Self Portrait (2016) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. 
#CompulsiveSkinPicking also known as #Dermatillomania or #Excoriation, is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. 
Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time.

I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. 
I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. 
#skinpicking #mentalhealth #derma #skin #scars #disorder #depression #anxiety #guilt #shame #secrecy #recovery #wellbeing #art #femaleartist #contemporaryart #artistatwork #advocate #speakingout #stories #acts
Self Portrait (2016) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. #CompulsiveSkinPicking  also known as #Dermatillomania  or #Excoriation , is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time. I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal  series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal  has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. #skinpicking  #mentalhealth  #derma  #skin  #scars  #disorder  #depression  #anxiety  #guilt  #shame  #secrecy  #recovery  #wellbeing  #art  #femaleartist  #contemporaryart  #artistatwork  #advocate  #speakingout  #stories  #acts 
Lavish: Lash (2015) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. 
#CompulsiveSkinPicking also known as #Dermatillomania or #Excoriation, is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. 
Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time.

I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. 
I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. 
#skinpicking #mentalhealth #derma #skin #scars #disorder #depression #anxiety #guilt #shame #secrecy #recovery #wellbeing #art #femaleartist #contemporaryart #artistatwork #advocate #speakingout #stories #acts
Lavish: Lash (2015) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. #CompulsiveSkinPicking  also known as #Dermatillomania  or #Excoriation , is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time. I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal  series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal  has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. #skinpicking  #mentalhealth  #derma  #skin  #scars  #disorder  #depression  #anxiety  #guilt  #shame  #secrecy  #recovery  #wellbeing  #art  #femaleartist  #contemporaryart  #artistatwork  #advocate  #speakingout  #stories  #acts 
Resilience (2016) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. 
#CompulsiveSkinPicking also known as #Dermatillomania or #Excoriation, is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming  in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. 
Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time.

I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. 
I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. 
#skinpicking #mentalhealth #derma #skin #scars #disorder #depression #anxiety #guilt #shame #secrecy #recovery #wellbeing #art #femaleartist #contemporaryart #artistatwork #advocate #speakingout #actsofkindness
Resilience (2016) Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. #CompulsiveSkinPicking  also known as #Dermatillomania  or #Excoriation , is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time. I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal  series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal  has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. #skinpicking  #mentalhealth  #derma  #skin  #scars  #disorder  #depression  #anxiety  #guilt  #shame  #secrecy  #recovery  #wellbeing  #art  #femaleartist  #contemporaryart  #artistatwork  #advocate  #speakingout  #actsofkindness 
Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. 
#CompulsiveSkinPicking also known as #Dermatillomania or #Excoriation, is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. 
Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time.

I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. 
I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. 
#skinpicking #mentalhealth #derma #skin #scars #disorder #depression #anxiety #guilt #shame #secrecy #recovery #wellbeing #art #femaleartist #contemporaryart #artistatwork #advocate #speakingout #stories #actsofkindness
Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. #CompulsiveSkinPicking  also known as #Dermatillomania  or #Excoriation , is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time. I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal  series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal  has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. #skinpicking  #mentalhealth  #derma  #skin  #scars  #disorder  #depression  #anxiety  #guilt  #shame  #secrecy  #recovery  #wellbeing  #art  #femaleartist  #contemporaryart  #artistatwork  #advocate  #speakingout  #stories  #actsofkindness 
Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. 
#CompulsiveSkinPicking also known as #Dermatillomania or #Excoriation, is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming  in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. 
Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time.

I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. 
I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. 
#skinpicking #mentalhealth #derma #skin #scars #disorder #depression #anxiety #guilt #shame #secrecy #recovery #wellbeing #art #femaleartist #contemporaryart #artistatwork #advocate #speakingout #stories #actsofkindness
Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. #CompulsiveSkinPicking  also known as #Dermatillomania  or #Excoriation , is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time. I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal  series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal  has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. #skinpicking  #mentalhealth  #derma  #skin  #scars  #disorder  #depression  #anxiety  #guilt  #shame  #secrecy  #recovery  #wellbeing  #art  #femaleartist  #contemporaryart  #artistatwork  #advocate  #speakingout  #stories  #actsofkindness 
Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. 
#CompulsiveSkinPicking also known as #Dermatillomania or #Excoriation, is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. 
Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time.

I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. 
I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. 
#skinpicking #mentalhealth #derma #skin #scars #disorder #depression #anxiety #guilt #shame #secrecy #recovery #wellbeing #art #femaleartist #contemporaryart #artistatwork #advocate #speakingout #stories #actsofkindness
Compulsive Skin Picking dominated my life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, I confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery. #CompulsiveSkinPicking  also known as #Dermatillomania  or #Excoriation , is a complex physical and mental disorder. Individuals who struggle with this disorder touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin in an attempt to improve perceived imperfections, often resulting in tissue damage, discoloration, or scarring. Skin picking disorder is one of a group known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), self-grooming in which individuals pull, pick, scrape, or bite their own hair, skin, or nails, resulting in damage to the body. Occasional picking at cuticles, acne, scabs, calluses or other skin irregularities is a very common human behavior; however, research indicates that 2% - 5% of the population picks their skin to the extent that it causes noticeable tissue damage and marked distress or impairment in daily functioning. 75% of people affected are female. The behavior typically begins in early adolescence, although skin picking disorder can begin at any age. Without treatment, skin picking disorder tends to be a chronic condition that may wax and wane over time. I create intimate artworks, photographs and performances reimagining the body-focused repetitive behaviour of skin picking. I have exhibited in the UK, Australia, USA, Singapore and Japan. I'm widely known for my #CompulsiveCharcoal  series of free drawings on discarded newspapers for commuters on public transport around the world. #CompulsiveCharcoal  has featured on Huffington Post, Mashable, Channel News Asia, iNewspaper, The Metro, London Live, Buzzfeed, The Londonist and BBC Radio London. I have created my free drawings in London, the New York Subway System, and Singapore's public transport system, so far I have given away in excess of 15,000 free drawings. #skinpicking  #mentalhealth  #derma  #skin  #scars  #disorder  #depression  #anxiety  #guilt  #shame  #secrecy  #recovery  #wellbeing  #art  #femaleartist  #contemporaryart  #artistatwork  #advocate  #speakingout  #stories  #actsofkindness 
Keep a lookout for.more speaking gigs. This was definitely a success #tonyrobbins #billionaire #speaking #advocate #motivationalspeaker #fun #love #inspired
Want a cute and free pin? 
I only have two to giveaway. Here's how to get one: 
1) Must be following me on IG
2) Must subscribe to my blog @jennifercano.com (link in the bio)
3) DM and say done 
I will choose the first two who do the following steps. 
Go check out @sarahlandwehr and give her some love. She  made and donated these pins 💕

More #giveaways coming soon!

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Want a cute and free pin? I only have two to giveaway. Here's how to get one: 1) Must be following me on IG 2) Must subscribe to my blog @jennifercano.com (link in the bio) 3) DM and say done I will choose the first two who do the following steps. Go check out @sarahlandwehr and give her some love. She made and donated these pins 💕 More #giveaways  coming soon! #pin #defenddaca #advocate #art #beautiful #daca #dreamact 
Kabuki Syndrome Awareness Month is right around the corner. Rikki shared Kabuki today, did you? 💚#allthingskabuki #kabukisyndrome  #awareness  #advocate  #kabukikid  #ifshecandoitsocanyou  #allthingskabukidotorg
SWIPE -- Wanted to put background music but w.e. Here's some ranting about why I stand up for women's rights, people of color and promote self love. I've been tested lately. And felt like making a video about it. I hope people can relate to this and can benefit some sort of way. Nothing but peace and love. ✌💜
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SWIPE -- Wanted to put background music but w.e. Here's some ranting about why I stand up for women's rights, people of color and promote self love. I've been tested lately. And felt like making a video about it. I hope people can relate to this and can benefit some sort of way. Nothing but peace and love. ✌💜 - - - #Naturalbeauty  #selflove  #society  #minorities  #blm  #afrolatina  #blogger  #melanin  #america  #blackgirlsrock  #honesty  #rant  #vlog  #fucksociety  #innerbeauty  #society  #advocate  #standup  #activist  #follow  #support  #goodnight  #goodmorning  #motivation  #loveyourskin  #womenrock  #racism  #discrimination  #hatersgonhate  #beyou  #inspire  @oprah @tyrabanks @traceeellisross @slutwalk_la @latina @essence @ebonymagazine @teenvogue
One paragraph can change your life. When I was diagnosed I initially felt relief, that my problems had a name and therefore, could be fixed. 
What I didn't realise was what a dramatic effect those labels would have on my sense of self and feelings of control over my life. 
Every day I hear comments about typical "PD's" being manipulative, dramatic, selfish, over sensitive and attention seeking. Whenever I hear that I think "you just don't get it". People focus on the behaviour that is affecting them rather than the root reason the person is behaving that way; because they have learnt to survive in that way. 
If you can put your judgments to the side and realise what it is that person needs and why they are incapable of asking for it in a way you find acceptable then you have cracked it. 
People with BPD suffer so much pain. Don't judge them for how they learned to live. Show them their strengths. 
Not everyone fits perfectly into tiny boxes, many people have doubted my diagnosis because they expect a different presentation based on their own previous experience. We are people, not just a collection of symptoms clumped together in a paragraph. 
#bpd #depression #mentalhealth #advocate #breakthestigma #Bipolar
One paragraph can change your life. When I was diagnosed I initially felt relief, that my problems had a name and therefore, could be fixed. What I didn't realise was what a dramatic effect those labels would have on my sense of self and feelings of control over my life. Every day I hear comments about typical "PD's" being manipulative, dramatic, selfish, over sensitive and attention seeking. Whenever I hear that I think "you just don't get it". People focus on the behaviour that is affecting them rather than the root reason the person is behaving that way; because they have learnt to survive in that way. If you can put your judgments to the side and realise what it is that person needs and why they are incapable of asking for it in a way you find acceptable then you have cracked it. People with BPD suffer so much pain. Don't judge them for how they learned to live. Show them their strengths. Not everyone fits perfectly into tiny boxes, many people have doubted my diagnosis because they expect a different presentation based on their own previous experience. We are people, not just a collection of symptoms clumped together in a paragraph. #bpd  #depression  #mentalhealth  #advocate  #breakthestigma  #Bipolar 
Сентябрь 2017 г. Ветошкин А.В. вместе со сборной адвокатов Пермского края по футболу и болельщиками на VII чемпионате по мини-футболу среди адвокатских команд в Марий Эл. На фото также Рыжов С.И. - Председатель президиума Пермской объединённой краевой коллегии адвокатов. www.abakp.ru Адвокатское бюро "Ахметов, Хозяйкин и Партнеры" #ветошкин #адвокатветошкин #рыжов #адвокатрыжов #адвокат #адвокатпермь #юрист #юристпермь #адвокатскоебюро #право #закон #россия #спорт #футбол #жизнь #супер #сила #инстаграм #юридическаяпомощь #юридическиеуслуги #law #lawyer #lawyers #life #sport #football #amazing #advocate #advocateoffice #instagram
Сентябрь 2017 г. Ветошкин А.В. вместе со сборной адвокатов Пермского края по футболу и болельщиками на VII чемпионате по мини-футболу среди адвокатских команд в Марий Эл. На фото также Рыжов С.И. - Председатель президиума Пермской объединённой краевой коллегии адвокатов. www.abakp.ru Адвокатское бюро "Ахметов, Хозяйкин и Партнеры" #ветошкин  #адвокатветошкин  #рыжов  #адвокатрыжов  #адвокат  #адвокатпермь  #юрист  #юристпермь  #адвокатскоебюро  #право  #закон  #россия  #спорт  #футбол  #жизнь  #супер  #сила  #инстаграм  #юридическаяпомощь  #юридическиеуслуги  #law  #lawyer  #lawyers  #life  #sport  #football  #amazing  #advocate  #advocateoffice  #instagram 
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Today is Friday, September 22—A Day with HIV. Today is the official “Day” of Positively Aware magazine’s anti-stigma campaign. A Day with HIV captures a single 24-hour period in the lives people everywhere affected by HIV stigma.

You’re invited to photograph a moment of this day, post it on your social media with the hashtag #adaywithhiv. Include a caption giving the time and location of your photo, and what inspired you to take it.  Upload your picture and caption at adaywithhiv.com, and they’ll be included in our online gallery. Entries can also be emailed to photo@adaywithhiv.com. A selection of gallery pictures will be featured in the next issue of Positively Aware. Four high-res images will be chosen for different versions of the magazine’s cover.  Share your story, or come out and support a loved one who is living with HIV. Stigma loses its power when enough of us stand together. Take your best shot today against HIV stigma. #HIV #AIDS #stigma #activism #activist #advocate #awareness #photography #photographer
#Repost  @adaywithhiv (@get_repost) ・・・ Today is Friday, September 22—A Day with HIV. Today is the official “Day” of Positively Aware magazine’s anti-stigma campaign. A Day with HIV captures a single 24-hour period in the lives people everywhere affected by HIV stigma. You’re invited to photograph a moment of this day, post it on your social media with the hashtag #adaywithhiv . Include a caption giving the time and location of your photo, and what inspired you to take it. Upload your picture and caption at adaywithhiv.com, and they’ll be included in our online gallery. Entries can also be emailed to photo@adaywithhiv.com. A selection of gallery pictures will be featured in the next issue of Positively Aware. Four high-res images will be chosen for different versions of the magazine’s cover. Share your story, or come out and support a loved one who is living with HIV. Stigma loses its power when enough of us stand together. Take your best shot today against HIV stigma. #HIV  #AIDS  #stigma  #activism  #activist  #advocate  #awareness  #photography  #photographer 
Wake up and take action to make your dreams a reality. Right ? @sheryldept78 @aesthetic9918 @sensationalsheree_ig @allofcebu 🦋
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Wake up and take action to make your dreams a reality. Right ? @sheryldept78 @aesthetic9918 @sensationalsheree_ig @allofcebu 🦋 🦋 🦋 Double tap now and move! 🦋 🦋 🦋 #wakeupearly  #startearly  #startupbusiness  #entrepreneurspirit  #entrepreneursofinstagram  #startupbusiness  #virtualpreneur  #advocate  of #freedom  #igmarketing  #instaframe  #virtualprofessional  #digitalart  #digitalnomad  #workfromhome  #instagrandom_nature  #motivateyourself  #careforothers  #natureshot  #flyhigh  #laptoplifestyle  #extraordinaryexplorer  #faithful  #believe  #calm  #mind  #hope  #compassion  #thankful  #meditation 🙏
Hey friends! I've been a busy dog! Going on walks, getting lots of treats, and love! I'm advocating for Suicide prevention in my photo, my humans walked for this last weekend! #kaseytheteddybear #gooddog #best #advocate #afsp #helping #love #dog #dogs #dogsofinstagram #bulldogsofinstagram #suicideprevention #heart
Today is Friday, September 22—A Day with HIV. Today is the official “Day” of Positively Aware magazine’s anti-stigma campaign. A Day with HIV captures a single 24-hour period in the lives people everywhere affected by HIV stigma.

You’re invited to photograph a moment of this day, post it on your social media with the hashtag #adaywithhiv. Include a caption giving the time and location of your photo, and what inspired you to take it.  Upload your picture and caption at adaywithhiv.com, and they’ll be included in our online gallery. Entries can also be emailed to photo@adaywithhiv.com. A selection of gallery pictures will be featured in the next issue of Positively Aware. Four high-res images will be chosen for different versions of the magazine’s cover.  Share your story, or come out and support a loved one who is living with HIV. Stigma loses its power when enough of us stand together. Take your best shot today against HIV stigma. #HIV #AIDS #stigma #activism #activist #advocate #awareness #photography #photographer
Today is Friday, September 22—A Day with HIV. Today is the official “Day” of Positively Aware magazine’s anti-stigma campaign. A Day with HIV captures a single 24-hour period in the lives people everywhere affected by HIV stigma. You’re invited to photograph a moment of this day, post it on your social media with the hashtag #adaywithhiv . Include a caption giving the time and location of your photo, and what inspired you to take it. Upload your picture and caption at adaywithhiv.com, and they’ll be included in our online gallery. Entries can also be emailed to photo@adaywithhiv.com. A selection of gallery pictures will be featured in the next issue of Positively Aware. Four high-res images will be chosen for different versions of the magazine’s cover. Share your story, or come out and support a loved one who is living with HIV. Stigma loses its power when enough of us stand together. Take your best shot today against HIV stigma. #HIV  #AIDS  #stigma  #activism  #activist  #advocate  #awareness  #photography  #photographer 
#rescuedog #vegandogmom mom I know it's bedtime but I still want to play lol ! #spoiledpup and she went to the dog park twice today #bayparkdogrun #adoptdontshop #foster #advocate #vegan
This is why we exist. #Justice
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Love those setups @avidmarc_amfg_avm Unity within our community is so important. Please stop bashing people for what Mods they choose to use. Instead, advocate for our right to Vape, and educate people about what we stand for, and unite people across the world. ❌Advocate❌Educate❌Unite❌
@avidlyfeinc stacked purple quick twist gyres 
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@avidlyfeinc black Able stacked with gold splatter gyre 
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Love those setups @avidmarc_amfg_avm Unity within our community is so important. Please stop bashing people for what Mods they choose to use. Instead, advocate for our right to Vape, and educate people about what we stand for, and unite people across the world. ❌Advocate❌Educate❌Unite❌ @avidlyfeinc stacked purple quick twist gyres @j.b_specialtydesigns game changer @armageddon_mfg rapture @avidlyfeinc black Able stacked with gold splatter gyre @j.b_specialtydesigns game changer again @halfmoonmods sleeve @armageddon_mfg apocalypse ⬇️ ⬇️ ⬇️ #avidlyfe  #avidlyfeinc  #avlyfe  #ACT  #vapelife  #vapefam  #vapecommunity  #vapestagram  #notblowingsmoke  #vapelyfe  #cloudchasing  #instavape  #vapetricks  #vapedaily  #vapenation  #vapepics  #vapelove  #vapehooligans  #vapesociety  #mechaddict  #mechlyfe  #thevaporplacect  #circleofsinners  #armageddonmfg  #complyfe  #Wrapscoils  #advocate  #educate  #unite  #vapeon 💨
Outreach pup face is always so happy to see us on our monthly visits! He received some food and toys as well as flea/ tick meds to help keep him protected,  a cleaned out kennel, fresh water and some fly cream for his little ears! 
Please consider making a donation so we can continue to make a difference in these babies lives! We take on all the medical care costs for all of our outreach pups who otherwise would not receive the medical care they so desperately need! 
You can mail checks to our po box 1077  Holbrook, NY 11741
You can make a donation through our website 
https://unchainednewyork.org/category/donate/
Or you can call in a donation directly to our vet , Grady animal hospital in sayville 631•218•1596 since providing routine and emergency medical care accounts for 90% of our costs!

Thank you so much , without your help we could not continue our mission of helping so many animals in need ❤ ~ bringing change to those chained ~ #unchained #unchainedny #unchainednewyork #ucny #rescue #educate #advocate #foster #adoptdontshop #fosteringsaveslives #adoptdontshop #pitbull #pitbulllove #pitbullsofinstagram #pitbulladvocate #rescueismyfavoritebreed #rescuedogsofinstagram #dontbullymybreed
Outreach pup face is always so happy to see us on our monthly visits! He received some food and toys as well as flea/ tick meds to help keep him protected, a cleaned out kennel, fresh water and some fly cream for his little ears! Please consider making a donation so we can continue to make a difference in these babies lives! We take on all the medical care costs for all of our outreach pups who otherwise would not receive the medical care they so desperately need! You can mail checks to our po box 1077 Holbrook, NY 11741 You can make a donation through our website https://unchainednewyork.org/category/donate/ Or you can call in a donation directly to our vet , Grady animal hospital in sayville 631•218•1596 since providing routine and emergency medical care accounts for 90% of our costs! Thank you so much , without your help we could not continue our mission of helping so many animals in need ❤ ~ bringing change to those chained ~ #unchained  #unchainedny  #unchainednewyork  #ucny  #rescue  #educate  #advocate  #foster  #adoptdontshop  #fosteringsaveslives  #adoptdontshop  #pitbull  #pitbulllove  #pitbullsofinstagram  #pitbulladvocate  #rescueismyfavoritebreed  #rescuedogsofinstagram  #dontbullymybreed 
No child should EVER have to go through these harsh and barbaric treatments, but that is the reality of only 3.8% funding!!!! This is what kids with DIPG & other cancers have to go through, and it's not fair! 
We want to tell the world that DIPG is not rare!!! If you don't know already know from my previous posts, this sweetie is little Saniyah Bell, she was recently diagnosed with DIPG a DAY before her 8th birthday!!! I ask that you please keep Saniyah and her family in your prayers💜 Also, you can purchase shirts, hoodies, and bracelets to help support her and her family through this fight🎗 Link is in my bio and on her page as well. @pray4princessniyah__dad @pray4princessniyah @pray4princessniyah__uncle @gemini_26_ 
#Pray4PrincessNiyah #positivevibesonly 
#defeatdipg #dipg #childhoodcancer #SaniyahStrong #childhoodcancerawareness #morethan4 #nationalpriority #gogold #alwaysinourprayers #kidsgetcancertoo #cruelworld #fightlikeakid #hope365 #GiveADamn #thisisreal #thisischildhoodcancer #Advocate 🎗🎗- christina
No child should EVER have to go through these harsh and barbaric treatments, but that is the reality of only 3.8% funding!!!! This is what kids with DIPG & other cancers have to go through, and it's not fair! We want to tell the world that DIPG is not rare!!! If you don't know already know from my previous posts, this sweetie is little Saniyah Bell, she was recently diagnosed with DIPG a DAY before her 8th birthday!!! I ask that you please keep Saniyah and her family in your prayers💜 Also, you can purchase shirts, hoodies, and bracelets to help support her and her family through this fight🎗 Link is in my bio and on her page as well. @pray4princessniyah__dad @pray4princessniyah @pray4princessniyah__uncle @gemini_26_ #Pray4PrincessNiyah  #positivevibesonly  #defeatdipg  #dipg  #childhoodcancer  #SaniyahStrong  #childhoodcancerawareness  #morethan4  #nationalpriority  #gogold  #alwaysinourprayers  #kidsgetcancertoo  #cruelworld  #fightlikeakid  #hope365  #GiveADamn  #thisisreal  #thisischildhoodcancer  #Advocate  🎗🎗- christina
May your days be sweet and your dreams be sweeter🍭 _______________________________________________________This is my entry to win an entire year worth of clothing from @the_blueboys @darrenandphillip #darrenandphillip 💙💙_______________________________________________________My pooch peeps 🐾❤️ @nicholinaandfriends  @uli_the_goof  @bodeful_disaster @dkphatts @fierce_freya @burlythomas @dexter_pit @onedudethreedogsbjj @princesspittie  @betty.nugget.tank @copp.brookie.and.bell  @the_rockford_files @princesselliejoi @gorgeous_yorkies _______________________________________________________
May your days be sweet and your dreams be sweeter🍭 _______________________________________________________This is my entry to win an entire year worth of clothing from @the_blueboys @darrenandphillip #darrenandphillip  💙💙_______________________________________________________My pooch peeps 🐾❤️ @nicholinaandfriends @uli_the_goof @bodeful_disaster @dkphatts @fierce_freya @burlythomas @dexter_pit @onedudethreedogsbjj @princesspittie @betty.nugget.tank @copp.brookie.and.bell @the_rockford_files @princesselliejoi @gorgeous_yorkies _______________________________________________________
💜💜💜 #Repost @violet_road (@get_repost)
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#myautoimmunetruth  it's never ending, seems like no matter wat I do, don't do & how healthy & perfect I eat & think......I still am sick & I suffer👊  I have a virus(cmv) tht healthy people r able to b exposed to & have it w/ no problems. Clears up w/ no symptoms.  But immune compromised people like me, 👹it causes hella problems. & Becuz I'm doing immunosuppressant therapy (orencia) this virus got to have a party in my guts.  It caused ulcers In my intestines😫  I lost a lot of blood & have to get blood transfusions also.💉💉💉 I'm taking an IV antiviral to get this under control.  Ughhhhhhh  I jus want to get better so bad. I want b able to do the simple things, like walk my dog to the park, go to the grocery store, go to lunch w/ a friend, wake up in the morning w/ no pain, eat an apple, get out of pajamas,  Take a yoga class, go on a date w/ Dave, cook for dave😍😊❤️ I jus want a simple good happy life🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼#lordhearmyprayers #positivevibes#gratefulheart  Besides my health problems, I am so happy w/ my life.  I am very lucky & happy. 💃🙏🏼❤️💜#lifeoverautoimmunediseases #autoimmunedisease #autoimmunediseasewarrior #lupus #sjogrens #sjogrenssyndrome #rheumatoidarthritis #chronicillness #spoonie #brave #survivor #support #faith #passion #awareness #fitness #health #inform #knowledge #life #live #strength #bayarea #advocate #lupusawareness
💜💜💜 #Repost  @violet_road (@get_repost) ・・・ #myautoimmunetruth  it's never ending, seems like no matter wat I do, don't do & how healthy & perfect I eat & think......I still am sick & I suffer👊 I have a virus(cmv) tht healthy people r able to b exposed to & have it w/ no problems. Clears up w/ no symptoms. But immune compromised people like me, 👹it causes hella problems. & Becuz I'm doing immunosuppressant therapy (orencia) this virus got to have a party in my guts. It caused ulcers In my intestines😫 I lost a lot of blood & have to get blood transfusions also.💉💉💉 I'm taking an IV antiviral to get this under control. Ughhhhhhh I jus want to get better so bad. I want b able to do the simple things, like walk my dog to the park, go to the grocery store, go to lunch w/ a friend, wake up in the morning w/ no pain, eat an apple, get out of pajamas, Take a yoga class, go on a date w/ Dave, cook for dave😍😊❤️ I jus want a simple good happy life🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼#lordhearmyprayers  #positivevibes #gratefulheart  Besides my health problems, I am so happy w/ my life. I am very lucky & happy. 💃🙏🏼❤️💜#lifeoverautoimmunediseases  #autoimmunedisease  #autoimmunediseasewarrior  #lupus  #sjogrens  #sjogrenssyndrome  #rheumatoidarthritis  #chronicillness  #spoonie  #brave  #survivor  #support  #faith  #passion  #awareness  #fitness  #health  #inform  #knowledge  #life  #live  #strength  #bayarea  #advocate  #lupusawareness 
THIS SATURDAY!!!!![[#EVENTALERT]] @wimglobal Each year, Women In Media centers the conference around a timely theme that equips, empowers, and encourages women. The 2016 theme was Women In Media: Crossing Borders, which focused on “empowering women to think, lead and report with a global mindset.” This year WIM is focused on Advocacy and Leadership. The theme for 2017 is, Be Seen. Be Heard. Be BOLD. Women In Media: Advocating for Change! This year’s theme empowers women in media to think, report and lead with a global mindset and to utilize their skills to Be Seen. Be Heard. Be BOLD advocating for change in our communities.  #RSVP to hear our dynamic accomplished speakers dig into this year's theme while dropping gels to enhance your professional and personal goals! RSVP >> www.WIM2017.eventbrite.com || #WIMPhilly2017 #womeninmedia #WIMPhilly #5yearsstrong #WIM2017 #advocate #voice #meninmedia #WIMWinner #communityradio #beheard #beseen #bebold #mediaprofessionals #tvmedia #womenintv #womeninbusiness #philadelphia #NYC #DC #ATL #WIMATL #empowerment #womensupportwomen
THIS SATURDAY!!!!![[#EVENTALERT ]] @wimglobal Each year, Women In Media centers the conference around a timely theme that equips, empowers, and encourages women. The 2016 theme was Women In Media: Crossing Borders, which focused on “empowering women to think, lead and report with a global mindset.” This year WIM is focused on Advocacy and Leadership. The theme for 2017 is, Be Seen. Be Heard. Be BOLD. Women In Media: Advocating for Change! This year’s theme empowers women in media to think, report and lead with a global mindset and to utilize their skills to Be Seen. Be Heard. Be BOLD advocating for change in our communities. #RSVP  to hear our dynamic accomplished speakers dig into this year's theme while dropping gels to enhance your professional and personal goals! RSVP >> www.WIM2017.eventbrite.com || #WIMPhilly2017  #womeninmedia  #WIMPhilly  #5yearsstrong  #WIM2017  #advocate  #voice  #meninmedia  #WIMWinner  #communityradio  #beheard  #beseen  #bebold  #mediaprofessionals  #tvmedia  #womenintv  #womeninbusiness  #philadelphia  #NYC  #DC  #ATL  #WIMATL  #empowerment  #womensupportwomen 
THIS SATURDAY!!!!![[#EVENTALERT]] @wimglobal Each year, Women In Media centers the conference around a timely theme that equips, empowers, and encourages women. The 2016 theme was Women In Media: Crossing Borders, which focused on “empowering women to think, lead and report with a global mindset.” This year WIM is focused on Advocacy and Leadership. The theme for 2017 is, Be Seen. Be Heard. Be BOLD. Women In Media: Advocating for Change! This year’s theme empowers women in media to think, report and lead with a global mindset and to utilize their skills to Be Seen. Be Heard. Be BOLD advocating for change in our communities.  #RSVP to hear our dynamic accomplished speakers dig into this year's theme while dropping gels to enhance your professional and personal goals! RSVP >> www.WIM2017.eventbrite.com || #WIMPhilly2017 #womeninmedia #WIMPhilly #5yearsstrong #WIM2017 #advocate #voice #meninmedia #WIMWinner #communityradio #beheard #beseen #bebold #mediaprofessionals #tvmedia #womenintv #womeninbusiness #philadelphia #NYC #DC #ATL #WIMATL #empowerment #womensupportwomen
THIS SATURDAY!!!!![[#EVENTALERT ]] @wimglobal Each year, Women In Media centers the conference around a timely theme that equips, empowers, and encourages women. The 2016 theme was Women In Media: Crossing Borders, which focused on “empowering women to think, lead and report with a global mindset.” This year WIM is focused on Advocacy and Leadership. The theme for 2017 is, Be Seen. Be Heard. Be BOLD. Women In Media: Advocating for Change! This year’s theme empowers women in media to think, report and lead with a global mindset and to utilize their skills to Be Seen. Be Heard. Be BOLD advocating for change in our communities. #RSVP  to hear our dynamic accomplished speakers dig into this year's theme while dropping gels to enhance your professional and personal goals! RSVP >> www.WIM2017.eventbrite.com || #WIMPhilly2017  #womeninmedia  #WIMPhilly  #5yearsstrong  #WIM2017  #advocate  #voice  #meninmedia  #WIMWinner  #communityradio  #beheard  #beseen  #bebold  #mediaprofessionals  #tvmedia  #womenintv  #womeninbusiness  #philadelphia  #NYC  #DC  #ATL  #WIMATL  #empowerment  #womensupportwomen 
#September 21st about 25 years ago (*hard to pinpoint the year since we come from women who seem to defy the hands of time)  You came into this world. Setting the tone for our later arrival. The First of us four. You go by so many names and titles.  You are my #oldersister, my first #bestfriend a #mother figure to us. You are our #lawyer, our #rider, our #advocate , our voice when we didn't have one. Growing up I looked up to you with so much amazement. You were and still, are #beautypersonified to me. You have a #heartofgold and you try your hardest to give all those you care about the world. You truly are a #rarebreed (a true #bkgirl ). My #desire for you is that you not just know but also feel how amazing you truly are. There are not enough words in the dictionary to describe just how much of a #pricelessgem you are. I #love you doesn't do justice just how deep my love for you goes. (You know I'll take a case for you) I want to #thankyou for allowing me the space to be me and my emotional self. I appreciate how you root for us. I promised myself that I won't get sappy so Happy, I love you and wish you the bestest #birthday (I'm still working on getting the world for you and will save all the real sappy stuff when I see you #Beautiful ) #atruequeen #queen #shinelikethestarthatyouare #mysisteristhegreatest #styleandgrace #mysisterisgorgeous #dontletherheightfoolyou
#September  21st about 25 years ago (*hard to pinpoint the year since we come from women who seem to defy the hands of time)  You came into this world. Setting the tone for our later arrival. The First of us four. You go by so many names and titles.  You are my #oldersister , my first #bestfriend  a #mother  figure to us. You are our #lawyer , our #rider , our #advocate  , our voice when we didn't have one. Growing up I looked up to you with so much amazement. You were and still, are #beautypersonified  to me. You have a #heartofgold  and you try your hardest to give all those you care about the world. You truly are a #rarebreed  (a true #bkgirl  ). My #desire  for you is that you not just know but also feel how amazing you truly are. There are not enough words in the dictionary to describe just how much of a #pricelessgem  you are. I #love  you doesn't do justice just how deep my love for you goes. (You know I'll take a case for you) I want to #thankyou  for allowing me the space to be me and my emotional self. I appreciate how you root for us. I promised myself that I won't get sappy so Happy, I love you and wish you the bestest #birthday  (I'm still working on getting the world for you and will save all the real sappy stuff when I see you #Beautiful  ) #atruequeen  #queen  #shinelikethestarthatyouare  #mysisteristhegreatest  #styleandgrace  #mysisterisgorgeous  #dontletherheightfoolyou 
This message over here is why we do this #HIV advocacy thing 😰 We don't do it for the #likes, we don't do it to sell #HIV but we do it to contribute towards a #positive course and that is to #give #hope and to #change lives. After all, HIV has no cure at the moment so when you have it, make it work for others!!! Change lives, give hope... Am I right? Can I get an #amen??? ☝🏼️🙌🏽👏🏽 #happy#friday 😍😍😍#goodstoriessaambassador#hiv#advocate#blessed#counting 🙏🏽 and nobody said it would be easy 😊 but it is worth it❤️
This message over here is why we do this #HIV  advocacy thing 😰 We don't do it for the #likes , we don't do it to sell #HIV  but we do it to contribute towards a #positive  course and that is to #give  #hope  and to #change  lives. After all, HIV has no cure at the moment so when you have it, make it work for others!!! Change lives, give hope... Am I right? Can I get an #amen ??? ☝🏼️🙌🏽👏🏽 #happy #friday  😍😍😍#goodstoriessaambassador #hiv #advocate #blessed #counting  🙏🏽 and nobody said it would be easy 😊 but it is worth it❤️
Jessie Kaye, president and CEO of Prairie View, named Outstanding Citizen of the Year at 97th Newton Area Chamber of Commerce banquet! #transforminglives #citizenoftheyear #mentalhealth #mentalillness #advocate #newtonks #chamberofcommerce #nostigma
Do you have a "whatever it takes" attitude about seeing your desires come true?  Ask yourself on a scale of 1-10 where your fire really is?  If it's a 10 are you taking level 10 kinda action?  If it's below a 10 what do you need to do, be or have to get you to a 10?  All I know is you deserve to live the life of your dreams. If living life on purpose and on your terms is challenging maybe you need a 2nd set of dedicated eyes and ears to help you break free of any limiting beliefs that keep you bound and playing so small. I'm offering a free discovery call if you want to know more about private coaching for performing artists. DM @keenaharmitage ❤️
Do you have a "whatever it takes" attitude about seeing your desires come true? Ask yourself on a scale of 1-10 where your fire really is? If it's a 10 are you taking level 10 kinda action? If it's below a 10 what do you need to do, be or have to get you to a 10? All I know is you deserve to live the life of your dreams. If living life on purpose and on your terms is challenging maybe you need a 2nd set of dedicated eyes and ears to help you break free of any limiting beliefs that keep you bound and playing so small. I'm offering a free discovery call if you want to know more about private coaching for performing artists. DM @keenaharmitage ❤️
Life is like a game of #chutesandladders! With an #uncertain #future, @gmartacho & @tankgirlmktg showed us how to #prepare for such #chutes, in advance, by #implementing 6 #successful #scenario #planning steps to be #flexible & #adapt quickly to the #future #success of your #firm. #shoutout to our #event #sponsor @schaeferinc, our lovely #welcome committee and everyone who attended!
#ScenarioPlanning #Marketing #ProfessionalDevelopment #BusinessDevelopment #marketers #aecindustry #learnandthrive #advocate #educate #collaborate #smpsaz
Life is like a game of #chutesandladders ! With an #uncertain  #future , @gmartacho & @tankgirlmktg showed us how to #prepare  for such #chutes , in advance, by #implementing  6 #successful  #scenario  #planning  steps to be #flexible  & #adapt  quickly to the #future  #success  of your #firm . #shoutout  to our #event  #sponsor  @schaeferinc, our lovely #welcome  committee and everyone who attended! #ScenarioPlanning  #Marketing  #ProfessionalDevelopment  #BusinessDevelopment  #marketers  #aecindustry  #learnandthrive  #advocate  #educate  #collaborate  #smpsaz 
I wrote this one year ago today...
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I have a post but I'm that lost in my anxiety I can't put the words in place, my mind is blank, all I can do is stare out the window, I'll get there, you fucking did this to me for 10 years of pure pain and hell..
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yet I sit here and your still winning I'm letting my anxiety take over my body, the breathing techniques aren't working, the Valium isn't working, the rescue remedy isn't working, nothing is working, I cannot breathe..
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it's like I'm in a coffin nailed shut with 3 people sitting on my chest, it's sooo dark in here..
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I'm so loved yet so alone, you'd feed off my weakness, and I allow this to happen even after 5 years free from you. I hate you and I don't hate anyone. .
I wanna come out from the cupboard. I wanna breathe.. I can't.. I ask why? Why? Why? What did I do to make you physically emotionally mentally hurt me for so long.. NOTHING, it was YOU, with the problem..
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i did everything for our family and you ripped me to shreds.. I was brave and got on with my days, I let you feel like you were in control and you were.
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How could you do this in front of her, for her to see for so many years, do you not think it will effect her to later on in life, no you don't you didn't care.. we both never deserved the pain you caused..
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now your home free and think it's a game, everything was good when you weren't here.. so here I lay I say YOU will never win I will not let you win.. I saved us from the hell that you are.. you make me sick.. 1 warning is all I'm giving, now go away.. I have let you win so many times.. NOT fucking this time.. 10 year victim of domestic violence / 5 year survivor (getting there)..
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I do wanna say one thing to all the people out there, if you know someone in a domestic violence relationship and are watching it unfold and doing nothing, shame on you, speak for that voice that CANNOT speak for themselves, I know some situations are hard, but let me tell you that person may hate you for doing what you did to start off with but will love you forever In the end for saving them.. yes though it may feel like it's not up to you to step in, but if we don't WHO will..
I wrote this one year ago today... . . I have a post but I'm that lost in my anxiety I can't put the words in place, my mind is blank, all I can do is stare out the window, I'll get there, you fucking did this to me for 10 years of pure pain and hell.. . yet I sit here and your still winning I'm letting my anxiety take over my body, the breathing techniques aren't working, the Valium isn't working, the rescue remedy isn't working, nothing is working, I cannot breathe.. . it's like I'm in a coffin nailed shut with 3 people sitting on my chest, it's sooo dark in here.. . I'm so loved yet so alone, you'd feed off my weakness, and I allow this to happen even after 5 years free from you. I hate you and I don't hate anyone. . I wanna come out from the cupboard. I wanna breathe.. I can't.. I ask why? Why? Why? What did I do to make you physically emotionally mentally hurt me for so long.. NOTHING, it was YOU, with the problem.. . i did everything for our family and you ripped me to shreds.. I was brave and got on with my days, I let you feel like you were in control and you were. . How could you do this in front of her, for her to see for so many years, do you not think it will effect her to later on in life, no you don't you didn't care.. we both never deserved the pain you caused.. . now your home free and think it's a game, everything was good when you weren't here.. so here I lay I say YOU will never win I will not let you win.. I saved us from the hell that you are.. you make me sick.. 1 warning is all I'm giving, now go away.. I have let you win so many times.. NOT fucking this time.. 10 year victim of domestic violence / 5 year survivor (getting there).. . I do wanna say one thing to all the people out there, if you know someone in a domestic violence relationship and are watching it unfold and doing nothing, shame on you, speak for that voice that CANNOT speak for themselves, I know some situations are hard, but let me tell you that person may hate you for doing what you did to start off with but will love you forever In the end for saving them.. yes though it may feel like it's not up to you to step in, but if we don't WHO will..
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3/1 | Berusahalah hidup mandiri, karena orang lain takkan selamanya ada. Percayalah, semua itu berawal dari keyakinan; kalo kita yakin kita sukses. Kita pasti sukses...
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Happy blessed friday, ppl ❤
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#stay #positive #believe #miracle #faith #hope #challenges #blessed #happy #lawyer #lawyers #ladylawyer #indonesian #indonesia #pengacara #pengacarawanita #pengacaraindonesia #advocates #advocate #gorontalo #pengacaramuda #attorney #ootd #career #woman #womancareer #tugasnegara #officemates #peradi
3/1 | Berusahalah hidup mandiri, karena orang lain takkan selamanya ada. Percayalah, semua itu berawal dari keyakinan; kalo kita yakin kita sukses. Kita pasti sukses... ----------------------------------------- Happy blessed friday, ppl ❤ . . #stay  #positive  #believe  #miracle  #faith  #hope  #challenges  #blessed  #happy  #lawyer  #lawyers  #ladylawyer  #indonesian  #indonesia  #pengacara  #pengacarawanita  #pengacaraindonesia  #advocates  #advocate  #gorontalo  #pengacaramuda  #attorney  #ootd  #career  #woman  #womancareer  #tugasnegara  #officemates  #peradi 
As a nice picture attracts most ppl than my posts, now that I got your attention!!! Protect the children around You,not every monsters live under the bed!!! #Advocate #StopChildSexualAbuse #MyPurpose #MyPlatform #Pedostop #ISUVOA
3/2 | Berusahalah hidup mandiri, karena orang lain takkan selamanya ada. Percayalah, semua itu berawal dari keyakinan; kalo kita yakin kita sukses. Kita pasti sukses...
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Happy blessed friday, ppl ❤
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#stay #positive #believe #miracle #faith #hope #challenges #blessed #happy #lawyer #lawyers #ladylawyer #indonesian #indonesia #pengacara #pengacarawanita #pengacaraindonesia #advocates #advocate #gorontalo #pengacaramuda #attorney #ootd #career #woman #womancareer #tugasnegara #officemates #peradi
3/2 | Berusahalah hidup mandiri, karena orang lain takkan selamanya ada. Percayalah, semua itu berawal dari keyakinan; kalo kita yakin kita sukses. Kita pasti sukses... ----------------------------------------- Happy blessed friday, ppl ❤ . . #stay  #positive  #believe  #miracle  #faith  #hope  #challenges  #blessed  #happy  #lawyer  #lawyers  #ladylawyer  #indonesian  #indonesia  #pengacara  #pengacarawanita  #pengacaraindonesia  #advocates  #advocate  #gorontalo  #pengacaramuda  #attorney  #ootd  #career  #woman  #womancareer  #tugasnegara  #officemates  #peradi 
3/3 | Berusahalah hidup mandiri, karena orang lain takkan selamanya ada. Percayalah, semua itu berawal dari keyakinan; kalo kita yakin kita sukses. Kita pasti sukses...
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Happy blessed friday, ppl ❤
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#stay #positive #believe #miracle #faith #hope #challenges #blessed #happy #lawyer #lawyers #ladylawyer #indonesian #indonesia #pengacara #pengacarawanita #pengacaraindonesia #advocates #advocate #gorontalo #pengacaramuda #attorney #ootd #career #woman #womancareer #tugasnegara #officemates #peradi
3/3 | Berusahalah hidup mandiri, karena orang lain takkan selamanya ada. Percayalah, semua itu berawal dari keyakinan; kalo kita yakin kita sukses. Kita pasti sukses... ----------------------------------------- Happy blessed friday, ppl ❤ . . #stay  #positive  #believe  #miracle  #faith  #hope  #challenges  #blessed  #happy  #lawyer  #lawyers  #ladylawyer  #indonesian  #indonesia  #pengacara  #pengacarawanita  #pengacaraindonesia  #advocates  #advocate  #gorontalo  #pengacaramuda  #attorney  #ootd  #career  #woman  #womancareer  #tugasnegara  #officemates  #peradi 
newW A V E tee // newW A V E hat
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Come see some #samba and #aerial this weekend at @copacabanato! Shows are approximately at 7, 9 and 10pm. I'll be performing both Friday and Saturday, see you there! •
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#Throwback to one of my favourite performances for the one and only @CAFDN of Canada's 30th #TeddyBearAffair gala to fundraise for kids in and from care, or at-risk of coming into care. The longest standing gala in Toronto, and for good reason! Check out their #StandUpForKidsCanada campaign at www.standupforkids.ca
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#aerialsilks #performer #artist #acrobat #aerialist #dancer #advocate #socialworker #tba #cafdn
Split photo (1/3): Come see some #samba  and #aerial  this weekend at @copacabanato! Shows are approximately at 7, 9 and 10pm. I'll be performing both Friday and Saturday, see you there! • • • #Throwback  to one of my favourite performances for the one and only @CAFDN of Canada's 30th #TeddyBearAffair  gala to fundraise for kids in and from care, or at-risk of coming into care. The longest standing gala in Toronto, and for good reason! Check out their #StandUpForKidsCanada  campaign at www.standupforkids.ca • #aerialsilks  #performer  #artist  #acrobat  #aerialist  #dancer  #advocate  #socialworker  #tba  #cafdn 
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Come see some #samba and #aerial this weekend at @copacabanato! Shows are approximately at 7, 9 and 10pm. I'll be performing both Friday and Saturday, see you there! •
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#Throwback to one of my favourite performances for the one and only @CAFDN of Canada's 30th #TeddyBearAffair gala to fundraise for kids in and from care, or at-risk of coming into care. The longest standing gala in Toronto, and for good reason! Check out their #StandUpForKidsCanada campaign at www.standupforkids.ca
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#aerialsilks #performer #artist #acrobat #aerialist #dancer #advocate #socialworker #tba #cafdn
Split photo (2/3): Come see some #samba  and #aerial  this weekend at @copacabanato! Shows are approximately at 7, 9 and 10pm. I'll be performing both Friday and Saturday, see you there! • • • #Throwback  to one of my favourite performances for the one and only @CAFDN of Canada's 30th #TeddyBearAffair  gala to fundraise for kids in and from care, or at-risk of coming into care. The longest standing gala in Toronto, and for good reason! Check out their #StandUpForKidsCanada  campaign at www.standupforkids.ca • #aerialsilks  #performer  #artist  #acrobat  #aerialist  #dancer  #advocate  #socialworker  #tba  #cafdn 
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Come see some #samba and #aerial this weekend at @copacabanato! Shows are approximately at 7, 9 and 10pm. I'll be performing both Friday and Saturday, see you there! •
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#Throwback to one of my favourite performances for the one and only @CAFDN of Canada's 30th #TeddyBearAffair gala to fundraise for kids in and from care, or at-risk of coming into care. The longest standing gala in Toronto, and for good reason! Check out their #StandUpForKidsCanada campaign at www.standupforkids.ca
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#aerialsilks #performer #artist #acrobat #aerialist #dancer #advocate #socialworker #tba #cafdn
Split photo (3/3): Come see some #samba  and #aerial  this weekend at @copacabanato! Shows are approximately at 7, 9 and 10pm. I'll be performing both Friday and Saturday, see you there! • • • #Throwback  to one of my favourite performances for the one and only @CAFDN of Canada's 30th #TeddyBearAffair  gala to fundraise for kids in and from care, or at-risk of coming into care. The longest standing gala in Toronto, and for good reason! Check out their #StandUpForKidsCanada  campaign at www.standupforkids.ca • #aerialsilks  #performer  #artist  #acrobat  #aerialist  #dancer  #advocate  #socialworker  #tba  #cafdn 
🖤Like A Boss🖤
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Tag a Boss Bitch, A Boss Mum, A boss dad, any boss'y..💃🏼👊🏽🙊❤🌈🤛🏼💋...
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Who da boss??? You Da Boss..😘
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Never give a FUCK what anyone thinks about you, be true and honest to yourself and you will attract the right people... that I can promise.. be loud, be crazy, be you, be unique..
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I'd rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I am not..
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Happy fridayyyy you sexy fuckerzzzz.. Love Bell ❤
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#fashionbaby 😂😂😂
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#boss #followingmydreams #diaryofamum #family #advocate #womenempowerment #mumlife #mummyblogger #blog #aussie #fun #smile #selflove #realparenting #mumswithcameras #cameramama #mumprenuer #love #instadaily #instagood #followmyjourney #beyou #health #charity #whiteribbonaustralia #dailyparenting #survivor #mygirl #daughter
🖤Like A Boss🖤 . . . Tag a Boss Bitch, A Boss Mum, A boss dad, any boss'y..💃🏼👊🏽🙊❤🌈🤛🏼💋... . . . Who da boss??? You Da Boss..😘 . . . . . Never give a FUCK what anyone thinks about you, be true and honest to yourself and you will attract the right people... that I can promise.. be loud, be crazy, be you, be unique.. . . I'd rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I am not.. . . Happy fridayyyy you sexy fuckerzzzz.. Love Bell ❤ . . #fashionbaby  😂😂😂 . . #boss  #followingmydreams  #diaryofamum  #family  #advocate  #womenempowerment  #mumlife  #mummyblogger  #blog  #aussie  #fun  #smile  #selflove  #realparenting  #mumswithcameras  #cameramama  #mumprenuer  #love  #instadaily  #instagood  #followmyjourney  #beyou  #health  #charity  #whiteribbonaustralia  #dailyparenting  #survivor  #mygirl  #daughter 
BE Encouraged will be posted tomorrow at www.keonesbespot.com . Please visit and check out other posts and subscribe while there. 😘😁 thanknyou for your support!  #BE #inspiration #powerful #selflove #advocate #authentic #motivation #hope #faith #beautiful #blog #livelife #worthit #world #together #one #love #share #speaktruth #speaklife #speaklove #keonesbespot #yougotthis #leader #everything
This is what Hurricane María left in my Island Puerto Rico. The home I was born in, where I learn to be who I am and where my heart is always, where I go for care.  My home was flooded and that is all materials.  While it is always with sacrifice what hurts the most is having no idea for days now, where is my Dad, my Abuela and everyone from that side of the family. My brother and the kids are fine.  I pray that all my friends and family will come together and support by donating.  We can use supplies, men power, funds... If you would like to join me in helping my Home Land, Family and Friends please let me know. 😔💔🇵🇷 Puerto Rico will Rise Up again.  We will rebuild and be there for one another. PUERTO RICO TE AMO #CHRONICALLYLIVING #CHRONICALLYLOVING #CHRONICALLYAWESOME  #LUPUS #DYSTONIA #WARRIOR  #UNITY #ENDURE #FAMILY #HURRICANEMARIA  #WISDOM #SELFLOVE #DARETOBE #DARETOLOVE #LIFE #STORIES #STRENGTH #FEARLESS  #TRUTH #DARETODO #POSITIVE  #MOTIVATION #INSPIRATION #MOTHER #FIGHTER #ENTREPRENEUR #MYSTORY #ADVOCATE
This is what Hurricane María left in my Island Puerto Rico. The home I was born in, where I learn to be who I am and where my heart is always, where I go for care. My home was flooded and that is all materials. While it is always with sacrifice what hurts the most is having no idea for days now, where is my Dad, my Abuela and everyone from that side of the family. My brother and the kids are fine. I pray that all my friends and family will come together and support by donating. We can use supplies, men power, funds... If you would like to join me in helping my Home Land, Family and Friends please let me know. 😔💔🇵🇷 Puerto Rico will Rise Up again. We will rebuild and be there for one another. PUERTO RICO TE AMO #CHRONICALLYLIVING  #CHRONICALLYLOVING  #CHRONICALLYAWESOME   #LUPUS  #DYSTONIA  #WARRIOR   #UNITY  #ENDURE  #FAMILY  #HURRICANEMARIA  #WISDOM  #SELFLOVE  #DARETOBE  #DARETOLOVE  #LIFE  #STORIES  #STRENGTH  #FEARLESS   #TRUTH  #DARETODO  #POSITIVE   #MOTIVATION  #INSPIRATION  #MOTHER  #FIGHTER  #ENTREPRENEUR  #MYSTORY  #ADVOCATE 
Audiência de justificação prévia? Já ouviram falar ?! confesso que fiquei um pouco nervosa, mas minhas colegas de escritório ajudaram 👏🏻
Era de um caso de reintegração de posse, minha cliente, a parte requerida.
Nessa audiência fiquei com dúvidas se ja protocolava a procuração ou se arrolava as testemunhas, decidimos por não fazer, ao chegar no fórum, o serventuário que nos atendeu perguntou da juntada e das testemunhas e ai percebemos: Tornou-se uma prática, por aqui, ja fazer arrolamento de testemunhas e protocolar a procuração.
Foi erro nosso ? Não, a própria intimação da requerida dizia que a parte poderia estar acompanhada de um patrono, não citava a procuração.
O serventuário disse que tudo tranquilo, que a procuração poderíamos protocolar na contestação.
Duvidas da jovem advocacia, estamos aprendendo em tuudo e a cada segundo ❤️👏🏻
Ja quebrei o gelo ali na espera antes de entrar para sala de audiência, através de alguns esclarecimentos tanto para a requerida quanto pra advogada da requerente. .....alguns minutos depois nos chamaram.
A audiência em si, foi tranquila, passamos a primeira fase 👏🏻
Agora segue o rito ordinário e boora trabalhar ❤️👏🏻
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As princesas @analeticiabelo @primomii, as advogatas mais lindas 👏🏻
Audiência de justificação prévia? Já ouviram falar ?! confesso que fiquei um pouco nervosa, mas minhas colegas de escritório ajudaram 👏🏻 Era de um caso de reintegração de posse, minha cliente, a parte requerida. Nessa audiência fiquei com dúvidas se ja protocolava a procuração ou se arrolava as testemunhas, decidimos por não fazer, ao chegar no fórum, o serventuário que nos atendeu perguntou da juntada e das testemunhas e ai percebemos: Tornou-se uma prática, por aqui, ja fazer arrolamento de testemunhas e protocolar a procuração. Foi erro nosso ? Não, a própria intimação da requerida dizia que a parte poderia estar acompanhada de um patrono, não citava a procuração. O serventuário disse que tudo tranquilo, que a procuração poderíamos protocolar na contestação. Duvidas da jovem advocacia, estamos aprendendo em tuudo e a cada segundo ❤️👏🏻 Ja quebrei o gelo ali na espera antes de entrar para sala de audiência, através de alguns esclarecimentos tanto para a requerida quanto pra advogada da requerente. .....alguns minutos depois nos chamaram. A audiência em si, foi tranquila, passamos a primeira fase 👏🏻 Agora segue o rito ordinário e boora trabalhar ❤️👏🏻 . As princesas @analeticiabelo @primomii, as advogatas mais lindas 👏🏻
🍃 Loved getting to work with these awesome humans today! Thanks to @the_vspot for inviting me out to guest speak about empathy and communication as part of the #LHsexed curriculum (and have delicious noms in Northampton).
🍃 Loved getting to work with these awesome humans today! Thanks to @the_vspot for inviting me out to guest speak about empathy and communication as part of the #LHsexed  curriculum (and have delicious noms in Northampton).