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A photographer took 12 stunning pictures to capture how depression and anxiety can feel.

'They keep telling me to breathe. I can feel my chest moving up and down. Up and down. Up and down. But why does it feel like I’m suffocating? I hold my hand under my nose, making sure there is air. I still can’t breathe.

Powerful Photographs Saving Lives: Fighting Mental Illness One Picture At A Time

Photography as a Balm for Mental Illness. Between - Fleur Alston, felt helpless while watching her daughter struggle with anxiety and panic attacks. She now uses photography to help her children see how beautiful they are, she says

Ward 81, Oregon State Hospital, Salem, Oregon, 1976 by Mary Ellen Mark

Ward Oregon State Hospital, Salem, Oregon, 1976 by Mary Ellen Mark Tension - mental health - battle with the mind