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BARO ART | GOND
W35.5" BY H24"
Acrylic On Canvas.
Gonds are India's largest indigenous community, based in the central states of Madhya Pradesh and Bihar, and their art is an expression of their everyday quest for life. The colourful series of animals is a reflection of the artist’s close connection with nature and wildlife. Language of the soul is expressed in the brilliant hues of these paintings. The Tree of Life is a very important element, reflecting the importance of the tree in their loves and representing the connection between the earth and the heavens.
The Gonds use lines and dots to fill up their paintings to create interesting shades and textures. The art was traditionally for the mud walls of their homes and in modern times has been adapted to paper and canvas.
Ramesh Kumar Tekam is a renowned traditional Gond artist. Exhibiting his painting all over India and the globe, he aesthetically blends nature with the rural folk and paints in the most vivid colours and patterns.
Awareness Art for selfharming🙁
HARDWORK OF 3 DAYS PLEASE DONT REPORT🙏
"I'm not going to tell you to get over it I'm going to help you get through it"(DM ME FOR ANY HELP😊)
Nonsuicidal self-injury disorder (NSSID) is a mental disorder that refers to the deliberate destruction of the surface of ones own body without suicidal intent.These behaviors include cutting, burning, scraping skin, hitting, and biting oneself and are primarily inflicted to cause bleeding, bruising, or pain. These behaviors are highly observed in adolescents. The individual with NSSI engages in self injury in an attempt to obtain relief from a negative emotion or cognitive state, to resolve an interpersonal difficulty, and/or to induce a positive feeling state. Individuals may also self injure to punish the self or to gain attention from others. Specific psychiatric disorders such as borderline personality disorder, dissociation and dissociative disorders, eating disorders, major depressive disorder, and alcohol dependence have been associated with higher rates and risk to self injury. Treatment plans do exist, including pharmacologic treatment and psychosocial interventions.
Treatments using cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) show the most effectiveness in reducing NSSI behaviors. Two types of treatments using cognitive behavioral therapy that focus specifically on NSSI are Problem-Solving Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. These treatments share commonalities including being time-limited, and a focus on immediately targeting NSSI and improving skills. Other treatments for NSSI disorder include Emotion-Regulation Group Therapy, Voice Movement Therapy, and Transference Focused Psychotherapy.
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