Tsuki's Cognitive Distortions

Have You Ever Had Imposter Syndrome? Meet Tsuki in this Comic to Find Out More

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By Shoili Kanungo

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Tsuki means Moon in Japanese. The moon, being Tsuki Rabbit’s namesake, always brings a flash of inspiration to Tsuki when he is drowning under the burden of a cognitive distortion. I am indebted to Dr. David Burn’s book ‘Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy’ for illuminating some of the many cognitive distortions that may afflict us from time to time. My work is inspired by his definitions of the distortions.

Read the first Part of Tsuki’s Journey here

About the Artist: Shoili Kanungo is an artist and designer based in New Delhi. You can find her work at www.shoilikanungo.art and follow her on www.instagram.com/shoili and https://twitter.com/Shoili_Kanungo