Sometimes, I feel weird about having to take so much medication. I have to take 6 different prescription to manage my transverse myelitis. It’s that feeling that made me quit taking anti-depressants to begin with. If I change my attitude about it, though, I know that everything I take is making my life better. I know many people have trouble with medicines, especially anti-depressants, but they’ve helped me. Today I drew about the return of humor:
I’m drawing daily to help manage depression. If you’d like to see the beginning of this project, you can see it here. You can also follow me through WordPress or on Facebook.
Your thoughts and comments are appreciated.
2 thoughts on “Drawing Depression #7”
I am a nurse practitioner and professor at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, MS. I would like to use your drawing #7 in a presentation at the American Association of Nurse Practitioners in Indianapolis this coming June. Would you mind me using your drawing in my presentation, of course, giving you full credit on the power point slide for your drawing?
Thank you in advance for considering my request.
I’d be honored. I’ve sent you an email with my permission. Thanks so much for sharing my work.