When You’re Feeling Down, Drawing May Help

In the new book No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotion at Work, co-authors Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy counter the widespread belief that it’s not okay to get emotional at work. Through text and playful illustrations, they share advice on how to navigate workplace scenarios through expressing emotions, rather than suppressing them. And for Fosslien, who has worked on data visualization, illustration, and writing projects—she created the illustrations for No Hard Feelings—drawing has long been a way to process thoughts and feelings. Below, Fosselien shares her insights on the benefits of embracing creativity when you’re feeling down. To read more about this amazing article head over to Artsy…


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