Normalizing Mental Health Conversations

I’m Not Fine, and I Didn’t Realize Just How Not Fine I Was

2020 has been incredibly hard for all of us. Harder than we might think.

In fragility, there is the most space for grace — for yourself and for others, ©2020 Rahshia Sawyer, Fine Art Photography
In fragility, there is the most space for grace — for yourself and for others, ©2020 Rahshia Sawyer
I may — I might — I must, ©2020 Rahshia Sawyer, Fine Art Photography
I may — I might — I must, ©2020 Rahshia Sawyer
Give time — time,©2020 Rahshia Sawyer, Fine Art Photography
Give time — time,©2020 Rahshia Sawyer, Fine Art Photography
Give time — time, ©2020 Rahshia Sawyer
Be patient — Be resilient — Be persistent, ©2020 Rahshia Sawyer, Fine Art Photography
Be patient — Be resilient — Be persistent, ©2020 Rahshia Sawyer, Fine Art Photography
Be patient — Be resilient — Be persistent, ©2020 Rahshia Sawyer
When what’s next isn’t clear — only where you are, ©2020 Rahshia Sawyer. Fine Art Photography
When what’s next isn’t clear — only where you are, ©2020 Rahshia Sawyer. Fine Art Photography
When what’s next isn’t clear — only where you are, ©2020 Rahshia Sawyer

Rahshia Sawyer is a creative professional and third-culture individual based in the Washington DC area.

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