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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Twenty one-year-old photographer documents his own depression in powerful . The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Twenty one-year-old photographer documents his own depression in powerful . The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Twenty one-year-old photographer documents his own depression in powerful . The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Twenty one-year-old photographer documents his own depression in powerful . The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Twenty one-year-old photographer documents his own depression in powerful . The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Intricate Paper-Cut Architecture Collages By Lucy Williams]

A Lamp That Looks Like A Full Moon By Acorn Studio]

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Twenty one-year-old photographer documents his own depression in powerful . The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Twenty one-year-old photographer documents his own depression in powerful . The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Twenty one-year-old photographer documents his own depression in powerful . The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Twenty one-year-old photographer documents his own depression in powerful . The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Twenty one-year-old photographer documents his own depression in powerful . The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Intricate Paper-Cut Architecture Collages By Lucy Williams]

A Lamp That Looks Like A Full Moon By Acorn Studio]

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Twenty one-year-old photographer documents his own depression in powerful . The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

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Intricate Paper-Cut Architecture Collages By Lucy Williams]

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Twenty one-year-old photographer documents his own depression in powerful . The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Twenty one-year-old photographer documents his own depression in powerful . The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

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Intricate Paper-Cut Architecture Collages By Lucy Williams]

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

A Lamp That Looks Like A Full Moon By Acorn Studio]

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Twenty one-year-old photographer documents his own depression in powerful . The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

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Intricate Paper-Cut Architecture Collages By Lucy Williams]

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Twenty one-year-old photographer documents his own depression in powerful . The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Intricate Paper-Cut Architecture Collages By Lucy Williams]

A Lamp That Looks Like A Full Moon By Acorn Studio]

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Twenty one-year-old photographer documents his own depression in powerful . The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Other Categories in Photography

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Intricate Paper-Cut Architecture Collages By Lucy Williams]

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Twenty one-year-old photographer documents his own depression in powerful . The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

Other Categories in Photography

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Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Intricate Paper-Cut Architecture Collages By Lucy Williams]

A Lamp That Looks Like A Full Moon By Acorn Studio]

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Twenty one-year-old photographer documents his own depression in powerful . The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

Other Categories in Photography

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Intricate Paper-Cut Architecture Collages By Lucy Williams]

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

A Lamp That Looks Like A Full Moon By Acorn Studio]

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

Twenty one-year-old photographer documents his own depression in powerful . The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

Other Categories in Photography

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

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