What You Are Is OK
My final project at design Bezalel Academy was a book named "What You Are Is OK" (a quote of my teacher at the time).
During my studies I was struggling with trauma from an experience I went through during school - my boyfriend at the time went to prison.
Finally, my main thought about that period in my life was that the most difficult part of what I went through was the lack of knowledge I had about being in this position, not knowing how people normally cope with this situation, what is supposed to happen, what's normal and what's not.
So I wanted to give women who go through something like this exactly that.
I interviewed 12 prisoners' wives, including myself, and recorganized the stories by subjects.
This was one of the hardest things I ever did.
After graduation I promoted my book on traditional and social media. I hope it helped at least one woman who is going through this difficult experience.