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"Stop over-thinking things." Every time someone tells me this, a silent bomb goes off in my head. No one enjoys being anxious or in self-doubt. 'If only' they could understand what it felt like to be constantly engaged in a losing battle with inner demons.

But there is someone who understands. Beth Evans, a 24-year-old artist, has perfectly captured these naggers in illustrations that depict our constant struggle with them – how we try to hold our own, only to lose it all in the end.

Beth is bipolar. She is "one of those people who tries not to let on just how hard it is." Also, for her, anxiety is "a bit of a chameleon. Sometimes it's huge and overbearing, and sometimes it's this annoying little creature that follows me around."

For those (like me) who find it hard to put the confusion of their heads into words, Beth's comics are a godsend. "I guess putting it on paper makes it seem a bit more real, rather than something exclusively in my head. It's like, ‘okay, it's on paper, it exists, it's there, let's move on.'"

Here's how Beth's illustrations are helping people get a grip on things.

Funny Illustrations On Anxiety And Self-Doubt