How Do You Choose To View Yourself?

Posted by Edward Ernest | Jan 17, 2018 | Art, Community Collaboration, Roller Coaster Moods Trapped In Cartoons, Self Esteem | 0 |

How do you choose to view yourself? Now isn’t that a conundrum? it’s also the topic of this week’s ‘Roller Coaster Moods Trapped in Cartoons.’ Sometimes you love what you see in the mirror, and sometimes you don’t. If you’re depressed or you’ve been the victim of abuse, many will see a damaged individual; even though, if you change the way you look, the same person could see a survivor. And when you think of survivors, you think about someone who has endured and is stronger because of their experience. It’s all how you look into the mirror. 

This week’s illustration by Felicity Tse is called “Self-Reflection,” and she says it shows how we’re ultimately in control of our circumstances and how we choose to view ourselves. In life, we may be presented with difficult situations, but changing the statement “why is this happening to me” to “what can I learn from this” is a small step forward that creates a huge impact.

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Self Reflection by Felicity Tse

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