How Coloring Can Impact Your Mental Health
By now, it seems like the craze of adult coloring is everywhere. Supplies can be found in most stores, online forums allow artists to post their creations while commenting on the work of others, and local groups meet in person to work together.
Despite its widespread presence, many people remain unsure whether or not adult coloring is right for them. If that sounds like you, consider these reasons why now is the time to jump on the bandwagon.
Coloring Isn’t a Fad
In reality, adult coloring isn’t really a new thing. Therapists have been using similar tools, called mandalas, for nearly 100 years to treat their clients.
Mandalas are usually intricate, symmetrical, geometric shapes and patterns that are filled in with color. Adult coloring lacks the ability to create the picture, but provides the benefits of coloring.
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