The Unravelling

Shannon Orr
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The Unravelling Shannon Orr

This one is close to home. I found a wall with this great texture and immediately knew I wanted it to show madness. I felt this madness when I went through post partum depression. I feel it still when I become overwhelmed and put too much on my plate. Through some hard work I have become better about knowing my limits, but it’s still a struggle. – Shannon Orr

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