This is terrifyingly creative!
E very October, artists work on various projects for the "Inktober" theme. Basically, 31 drawings are created throughout the month. This allows anyone and everyone to create one artwork each day. Likewise, Shawn Coss decided fo focus on illustrating various mental illnesses and disorders. The results are exquisite! Read on!
Having schizophrenia means being unable to identify what is actually real and what is not.
DSED is a disorder in which a child can't help but interact with adults that he or she doesn't actually know.
If you have this delusion, you will be deluded into thinking that you are already dead. This can be in the figurative or in the literal sense.
Having Capgras Syndrome can make you think that a relative or a close friend has actually been replaced by a person who looks exactly like him or her.
This is also known as Multiple Personality Disorder. Basically, you have at least two identities controlling your behavior.
You have this fear if you are irrationally terrified of tight or crowded areas.
If you have this, your reality is constantly under attack. Your awareness of the self, your memories, and your consciousness get disrupted.
This is a disorder in which you start to stop eating because you fear that you will gain weight.
You basically have a clingy behavior. This usually happens when you become a young adult. You are unable to decide on things without the opinions of others.
So many people claim to have OCD, but they are usually wrong. A person with actual OCD will not brag about this disorder because this can be incredibly irritating.
This is actually the most basic kind of schizophrenia. You will have hallucinations and you will feel quite paranoid.
This is considered a developmental condition. If you have this, you have trouble when it comes to social interaction and communication.
This leads to abnormal behavior. Specifically, you can't help but have unstable relationships with others.
If you have this, you have moments where you are extremely happy, but then you also end up immediately becoming depressed.
This disorder can happen to anyone who experiences or witnesses a horrific event such as war, calamity, and death.You can have nightmares and thoughts that are hard to control.
Simply put, you have a hard time sleeping on time.
This is normally mentioned as just depression, and this means that you are always feeling down. You also lose interest in things that you would normally be happy about.
Having this disorder means that you are afraid of social situations. You anticipate being judged negatively by others.
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