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When you're looking like a duck just to keep yourself afloat.

#mentalillnessfeelslike #mentalhealthawarenessmonth #MHAM2016 @mentalhealthamerica ????

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When pain is more than emotional.

#mentalillnessfeelslike #mentalhealthmonth @mentalhealthamerica #mham2016 ????

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When you wish you could just find your passion again.

#mentalillnessfeelslike for @mentalhealthamerica #mentalhealthawarenessmonth #depression

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When you keep hearing BS like this.

#mentalillnessfeelslike #mentalhealthmonth @mentalhealthamerica ????

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When the emotional pain manifests in physical ways.

When you feel like no one is there.

#mentalillnessfeelslike #mentalhealthawarenessmonth #mentalhealthawareness #lassie @mentalhealthamerica ❤️

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When your appearance is just a shell covering how you really feel.

#mentalillnessfeelslike for @mentalhealthamerica #mentalhealthawareness #mentalillnessawareness ????

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When you have trouble even understanding who you are.

#mentalillnessfeelslike for @mentalhealthamerica #mentalillnessawareness #mentalhealthawareness ????

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You can find work related to Mental Health America's #mentalillnessfeelslike campaign by visiting their website.

Revelist reached out to Gemma Correll for comment. This article has been updated to reflect the entire reach of the Mental Health America campaign, not just the 200,000-person reach of Correll's illustrations.