A Little Hokus-Pokus
The struggles may be so relenting at times, which is the most painful part while living with mental health problems. It may be so hard to be hopeful as there are always so much trial and error while progressing, and treatments may fail. When a type of intervention or a treatment brings relief or insight, it can reframe that experience to so much transformation. Some tattoos, for example, “Riddikulus” from the series of Harry Potter, may be used in some stories to change scary memories into funny ones.
Honor the Journey
This art tells a story of how to overcome challenges. It acknowledges what took place in the moments of agony and lets in the light. It symbolizes moving in the morning direction with reverence to the memories but not staying there stuck.
The Good Ship Serotonin
A neurotransmitter is a molecular structure that has a vital role in regulating someone’s mood, and it is often associated with a person’s wellbeing and mental health. This tattoo symbolizes those people affected by depression. The symbol shows a mysterious and essential compound in a person’s body, supporting happiness silently, cognition, memory, and learning, even to a small extent.
Hope Anchors the Soul
This shows a stable state, a force steading on the face with rollicking waves. This keeps souls and ships from being removed away. The motto inspires this tattoo; ‘refusing to sink.’ This also says that a person shouldn’t give up.
Riding the Roller Coaster
In the US, about 2.8 of the total population gets affected by bipolar yearly. The tattoos are arts of butterflies, both hued and colorless, to symbolize the person’s condition. It shows that the moods keep fluctuating. This offers a bipolar experience which is also known as manic depression. The beautiful butterflies also show a metamorphic state. It shows a flurry caterpillar when starting life; they get molt to chrysalis before they change and fly. It is a beautiful great reminder that we can always switch from one stage to another.
Every year 6.8 million Americans get affected by GAD. GAD is General Anxiety Disorder. This is a unique anxiety tattoo. Women get affected the most, about twice the number of men. Thinking with fear can make someone get paralyzed with GAD. This makes someone’s progress feel a bit far from ending. Boldly, the tattoo is a testament to the complex struggle and work approaching healing.