Autorretrato un recordatorio / A self-portrait as a reminder

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Autorretrato un recordatorio / A self-portrait as a reminder

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Según la OMS define la depresión “como un trastorno mental recurrente, con síntomas de tristeza, perdida de intereses o placeres, cambios en el sueño, apetito entre otros. La depresión varia de rango de leve a grave, la misma debe tratarse con un gran énfasis en la etapa moderada a grave ya que puede llevar al suicidio.”

According to the WHO, depression is defined "as a recurrent mental disorder, with symptoms of sadness, loss of interest or pleasure, changes in sleep, appetite, among others. Depression ranges from mild to severe, and should be treated with great emphasis on the moderate to severe stage as it can lead to suicide.

Los que hemos vividos la depresión o conviven con ella sabemos en carne propia lo difícil que es estar en ella y lo frustrante que resulta entender el origen de la misma, creo que uno de los pasos más difíciles es aceptarla y describirla, recalco que siempre debes buscar ayuda.
En mi experiencia personal cuando comprendí que la padecía y necesitaba salir de ella decidí hablar, el hablar causo frustración en mí, no saber expresar ese estado anímico y describirlo solo con la frase “siento un vacío”, las palabras al principio no fluían y me dije para mi misma si las palabras no florecen las imágenes si y aquí el origen de estos autorretratos que ido compartiendo en esta comunidad.

Those of us who have experienced depression or live with it know in our own flesh how difficult it´s to be in it and how frustrating it´s to understand the origin of it. I think that one of the most difficult steps is to accept it and describe it, I stress that you should always seek help.

In my personal experience when I understood that I was suffering from it and needed to get out of it I decided to speak, speaking caused frustration in me, not knowing how to express that state of mind and describe it only with the phrase "I feel a void", the words at first did not flow and I said to myself if the words do not blossom the images do and here is the origin of these self-portraits that I have been sharing in this community.

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Por las tantas veces que me distes la espalda
Tu que elevaste a este de cuerpo de 1:57 de altura y 43 de peso
Me has dado la espalda y he caído
Las tantas veces que fui tu secuaz, las otras tantas que fui tu pilar
Toda subida abrupta tiene caída y hoy por hoy YO te doy la espalda

For the many times you turned your back on me
You who raised this body 5.1 tall and 94 weight
You turned your back on me and I fell
The many times that I was your henchman, the other many times that I was your pillar
Every abrupt rise has a fall and today I turn my back on you

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Estos autorretratos son un recordatorio para mi de esa etapa difícil de mi vida y a la que espero nunca más volver.

These self-portraits are a reminder to me of that difficult stage of my life to which I hope never to return.

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Gracias por leerme <3 / Thank you for reading me <3

Todas las fotografías son de mi autoría / All the photographs are my own.

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