Introspection | Part 1 | Anxiety

Hope often involves pain and painful transformation. Real hope MUST be rooted in reality in order to grow. It’s okay to admit that you are not okay.It does not diminish the power of hope in any way. The journey to a more HOPE-full life is one step at a time.

Monica Mull Photography

Everyone, at some point in their lifetime, experiences anxiety. For some it is momentary; for others, it is a torment that follows them day after day, without pause, without ceasing. This particular series of photos represents the panic sensation, the anguish that comes with the daily battle of fighting back anxiety. Not simply in a moment of high pressure, but in every decision no matter how trivial and unimportant it is in reality. For reality has little to do with anxiousness, I have found.

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