Your New Other Self

Posted by Edward Ernest | Jan 9, 2018 | Art, Community Collaboration, Roller Coaster Moods Trapped In Cartoons, Self Esteem | 0 |

This first bit of January seems to all be about either throwing away last year and seeing what your learned or something like this weeks piece of art by Felicity Tse, which is about resolutions and goals. We never saw resolutions and goals to be different and we’re happy that Felicity has pointed this out to us and the conflict that may occur as you try to do too much. Here’s her thoughts on her work.

“This week’s illustration is called ‘The new and other self’ – it’s an image that kind of explains itself, but its about the pressure/whirlwind of new years resolutions creeping over those that decided to set new goals. Its about how a part of us wants to face those things head on or shield us from the chaos, while the other part of us want to focus on our growth and self-reflection. How convenient it’d be if we could split ourselves into different “selves” to take care of whatever task comes up so we can really focus.

We hope that for all you mental health warriors out there are inspired by Felicity’s work and do your best to work out these issues yourself if it’s been a problem for you int he past.

We hope you enjoy Felicity Tse’s drawing as much as we did and if you want to contribute to our site in the future, please email us at

The New and Other Self by Felicity Tse

If you or a loved one you know is showing signs of a Mental Health Disorder, whether it be Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar, Scizophrenia, Addiction, Body Dysmorphia etc., or maybe you just need someone to talk to, please do get the help you need. If you feel like you need to talk to someone right now, you can talk to one of the many fantastic therapists at Better Help by CLICKING HERE.

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