Broken Light Collective, an online photography gallery for people affected by mental illness, published my photograph. I am honored.
Photo taken by first-time contributor Kitt O’Malley, a mother and wife who lives with bipolar disorder type II. Kitt is licensed in California as a Marriage and Family Therapist, but hasn’t practiced as a psychotherapist in over 20 years. She has a bachelors in legal studies from UC Berkeley, a masters in psychology from New College of California, and has attended Fuller Theological Seminary. Her career path has included working as a legal assistant, psychotherapist, and commercial real estate professional. Now, she advocates for those who, like her, live with mental illness, by writing and using social media.
About this photo: “I find nature, specifically flowers, beautiful. Always have. Taking photos of colorful flowers uplifts me, improves my mood, and gives me hope. In a flower, in a tree’s branches, in the sun breaking through the clouds, I see God and experience peace.”
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