You’ve Got A Hold On Me


By accepting our individualized experiences in this world, the fluidity of perspectives becomes apparent.

Choosing to practice this acceptance continuously reminds me to lead with empathy and never EXPECT others to understand my experiences without accessible explanation.

This takes TIME and great patience; but, the result is worth the while.

Build people up rather than tearing them down for what they may not understand yet from the experiences and resources they were given thus far.

Throughout this work, it is imperative to prioritize your mental and physical health. I do this by consistently checking in on how I balance the protection of my energy while refusing to compromise my identity.

Ink on Paper
8” x 11”