“Geraldine, it is easier to just let it go and start again with a new one…”
Aside from working part-time to sustain my living while looking and waiting for a new job opportunity to come, I spent my summer vacation in the UAE in a truly meaningful way by doing some activities that benefits me, other people and the planet Earth.
March 30, 2019, finally I have attended my first ever formal education in painting, which has been a childhood dream-turned-reality … More
“…All things are possible to him who believes.”- Mark 9:23 NKJV
“If it didn’t end up 100 percent like him, people have to understand that art is a way to express oneself that contains emotions; it’s not a precise science.” -Emanuel Santos
Since today is the International Women’s Day, I am featuring Azhaa. I believe that she is an example of a woman who never allows society to dictate who she is and who will she become.
The British Association of Art Therapists defines art therapy as “a form of psychoteraphy that uses art media as its primary mode of communication,” (Frank, 2015, Huffpost). It uses the creative process of making art (such drawing, painting, playing musical instruments, dancing etc.) to express unspoken feelings and improve a person’s physical, mental and emotional well-being.