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Permanent Pain

My Family

With obvious reasoning, I’ve grown to understand that tattoos are somewhat synonymous with addiction. Millions of addicts and depression driven individuals to find an outlet through the pain. Whether they pose as a reassurance you’re still alive and can feel, or embedded into your skin as a constant reminder of emotion. I’ve met hundreds of people who have tattoos that have no meaning or explanation behind them. Our bodies are our canvases of life, and we are…




I’ve struggled with addiction and depression, now I’ve brought my reality to paper

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