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He uses blue tones to brighten his images and create a cool hue. He added more bokeh in via photoshop. This was shot on location in a street.

He uses blue tones to brighten his images and create a cool hue. He added more bokeh in via photoshop. This was shot on location in a street.

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In one haunting photograph, an Australian photographer took his own internal experience with anxiety — and turned it inside out. Related: 12 Things to Know When Someone You Love Has Anxiety (Photo: Beethy) The photographer, who goes by the name of Beethy, started having extreme anxiety in 2009. In a reflection on the piece, he told his fans about about his experiences with panic attacks and suicidal thoughts.

In one haunting photograph, an Australian photographer took his own internal experience with anxiety — and turned it inside out. Related: 12 Things to Know When Someone You Love Has Anxiety (Photo: Beethy) The photographer, who goes by the name of Beethy, started having extreme anxiety in 2009. In a reflection on the piece, he told his fans about about his experiences with panic attacks and suicidal thoughts.

I'm falling back into old habits...

I'm falling back into old habits...

Truth. So sick of it and medical professionals telling me that "oh that's abnormal or rare" and there is no cure just ways to manage symptoms but never enough to make you feel normal

Truth. So sick of it and medical professionals telling me that "oh that's abnormal or rare" and there is no cure just ways to manage symptoms but never enough to make you feel normal

NOT WORTH IT. Here's five reasons (though many more exist): 1. Hurts like hell to purge 2. As the caption says, it's not worth it 3. Doesn't solve anything 4. Risks electrolyte imbalance or a heart attack - both of which can be fatal 5. Because you deserve so much better.

NOT WORTH IT. Here's five reasons (though many more exist): 1. Hurts like hell to purge 2. As the caption says, it's not worth it 3. Doesn't solve anything 4. Risks electrolyte imbalance or a heart attack - both of which can be fatal 5. Because you deserve so much better.