Help Build a Life Saving Brand

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So I had a totally different, more “professional” description. But let’s get real here. I have Multiple Sclerosis, and was recently diagnosed Bipolar. The hard honest truth is that I have been dramatically depressed for a long time. I have been through so much, and made so many mistakes, pursued all the wrong careers, that I got to the point that I genuinely just didn’t know what purpose I served anymore. Wondering if it would really even make a difference if I just vanished. I felt I couldn’t achieve anything more worthwhile than being a decent housewife. Even then I lacked in a lot of areas. I had no passions, no talents, no job, no reason to keep pushing forward.

BUT, then I picked photography back up. Within a month I had booked my first gallery show, supporting awareness for Bipolar Disorder. Now I’m in the works of my photos being published in a huge national blog by the National Alliance for Mental Illness.

I finally discovered my purpose. I know it sounds dramatic, but photography, and creating this idea for a brand, has literally given me a reason to live, keep pushing forward, and not give in to the hopelessness I had so deeply fallen into. I could go on and on about how my life has drastically improved as I found a purpose and passion. But eventually it would turn into rambling. All you need to REALLY know is that Photography saved my life. I’d like to keep the momentum alive for as long as possible.

Please support my journey of self improvement. Help me achieve something I can be proud of, and make a difference with. Help me continue to have hope for something better. Please don’t let my extreme social vulnerability be a lost cause.

Money will be used to obtain business license, domain name, domain email, marketing tools (business cards, ect), and remaining professional equipment needed to be the best I can be.

contributors will be honorably mentioned on my official website.

Please, donate today to the idea that saved my life

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Thank you,
Jessica Hartman

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