Broken Light: A Photography Collective

Please welcome first-time contributor Lucy EC, an 18-year-old from Hertfordshire, UK who has been diagnosed with and suffers from Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), depression and anxiety. She was diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder when she was 16 and officially diagnosed again a couple of months after turning 18. She enjoys expressing herself through her photography and art. She dreams to pursue a career in photography but continues to struggle with looking after herself and focusing on her wellbeing.

About this photo: “‘Ghosted’ was taken on holiday with my ex-boyfriend in Anglesey, Wales. Walking along the beach in the evening. I’ve always found it difficult to express myself through the photos I take. As an aspiring artist/photographer I want people to understand what I’m trying to portray. Having the BPD label slapped onto me when I was so young has helped me learn about myself and find others like me. I’ve never been able…

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2 thoughts on “Ghosted

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