When I was a university student I suffered from generalized anxiety disorder and panic attacks. It was a hard period of my life, but after all - also very enriching.

After few years I started to think about mental disorders from the perspective of a graphic designer. My "personal quest" was to catch the essence of disorders by typography. I was able to visualize many of them, except the one I was struggling with.

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JEFF THE KILLER 2 years ago

i will put me when it describes me

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Sara Sestak 2 years ago

It's 'narcissism'.

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Sara Sestak 2 years ago

It's 'Parkinson's'. And yes, it is neurological, not mental.

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Sara Sestak 2 years ago

It's 'anorexia'.

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JEFF THE KILLER 2 years ago

me

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JEFF THE KILLER 2 years ago

me

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Fanwarrior 1 year ago

me

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Tracey Martens 2 years ago

Should be two opposite colors, not similar shades.

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maryhadalittlelamb 2 years ago

i imagine it as a few faded letters

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Brandon Was Here 2 years ago

It's the unknown that we fear

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Sara Sestak 2 years ago

It's 'Tourette's'.

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