A Girl Took A Selfie Every Day For 7 Years. What She Captured Is Remarkable!

Sup Travellers?! Most people take selfies quite a lot in their life but few have the audacity to make it matter. Rebecca Brown,  a filmmaker and artist, made her selfies matter because she didn't only show off her beauty but also her daily struggles with each shot.

What struggles, you ask? Well, if you watch the video you would notice the slow decline in her hair length which mostly came from a mental disorder she has called trichotillomania which causes her to pull out all of her hair, strand by strand. She also struggled with a skin picking disorder, dermatillomania, and struggled with depression and suicidal thoughts. 

Could you have noticed her struggles within the array of selfies? Some of you may have but to others it may have just passed unnoticed like most struggles do. It's amazing how just the simple idea of taking a selfie could be turned into such a work of art since it encompasses 7 years of her life and the emotions and hardships that came with it. Truly remarkable!! Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.