Illustrator Sow Ay Explain What Depression And Anxiety Feels Like Through These Comics

Depression doesn’t always have an end date. Sow Ay is an artist who regularly channels his experiences with depression and anxiety into wonderfully expressive comics for the world to see.

More info: Sow Ay, Instagram, Facebook, Patreon (h/t: depressionarmy)

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