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Does throwing up from anxiety mean that I’m actually sick? Or is my body “faking sick” since there’s (probably) nothing wrong with my stomach? Is this serious? It usually goes away but it’s not going away this time. I can’t function feeling this way, but how can I treat an illness that isn’t even really there? Help?

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Brooklyn-based artist Ariana Page Russell grew up struggling with a skin condition that extended beyond wavering self-esteem. Russell has dermatographic urticaria, also known as “skin writing.”

Simply defined, the condition inflames the skin as a result of the slightest contact, such as scratching, rubbing, or even hot water. 

See more of her unique art here. 

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