(A trigger warning this post talks about mental health and narcissistic people. If you feel in danger call the national abuse hotline: 1-800-799-7233)
A little short story:
This is a digital piece showing a woman's hand with a phone. She was going through a breakup and didn't feel like hearing any more negative messages from him. So she threw her phone at the wall but before she realized that her phone went black. She desperately tried to turn it back on but it wouldn't. She thought she couldn't handle not be able to text her friend but soon after it came back on and she was back to feeling like crap. He was a narcissistic man with deep emotional issues.
I saw someone yesterday on Facebook posting about not apologizing for not always being a happy upbeat person. She is just true to herself and is focusing on not presenting herself as a fake person. That's something I always must remember is to focus on how not everything is as it seems especially on the internet. I have always believed in being my real and authentic self. Hello, my name is Marie and I am the owner of MariesArtEST2017. I have PTSD and Bipolar I will share about it on my personal and business accounts not gain sympathy but because it is a part of my life.
I have worked so hard to get to the place I am at today and I didn't make it here by hiding the things that are affecting me as a person. I made it to this phase of my life by taking my negative stories in my subconscious mind and transforming my negative stories. I have used art as a healthy coping skill for whenever I feel like my life is getting tough. Being a single mom also reminds me that there is someone else who depends on me to take care of them.
Exciting project updates:
I've got a new painting I'm working on I just need to think about the back-ground color. I already having the sketch planned out. Also a few new video ideas that will be coming out in the next week or so.
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