Personality Project

 

 Jessica Soehlke is 22 years old. She attends the University of Missouri where she holds a senior standing. She is from O'Fallon, Illinois, but prefers to tell people she is from St. Louis due to her strong ties to the St. Louis Blues. She is an involved member on Missouri's campus. Jessica Soehlke is diagnosed with severe anxiety and depression.

Jessica Soehlke is 22 years old. She attends the University of Missouri where she holds a senior standing. She is from O'Fallon, Illinois, but prefers to tell people she is from St. Louis due to her strong ties to the St. Louis Blues. She is an involved member on Missouri's campus. Jessica Soehlke is diagnosed with severe anxiety and depression.

 Jessica Soehlke scratches her head while watching television in her apartment bedroom. Soehlke admits her hair has gotten thinner in the past year due to high levels of stress.

Jessica Soehlke scratches her head while watching television in her apartment bedroom. Soehlke admits her hair has gotten thinner in the past year due to high levels of stress.

 Jessica Soehlke takes an Instagram video on a bridge at Cooper's Landing in Columbia. Soehlke has struggled with anxiety and depression from a very young age. While she still struggles with her mental illness to this day, she finds herself in a much better place as she has found that being vocal about her mental health with others helps her. By voicing her experiences, she also finds that it helps others better understand and work towards creating a more supportive environment for Soehlke and others like her.  

Jessica Soehlke takes an Instagram video on a bridge at Cooper's Landing in Columbia. Soehlke has struggled with anxiety and depression from a very young age. While she still struggles with her mental illness to this day, she finds herself in a much better place as she has found that being vocal about her mental health with others helps her. By voicing her experiences, she also finds that it helps others better understand and work towards creating a more supportive environment for Soehlke and others like her.  

 Jessica Soehlke drove to Cooper's Landing after spending her morning studying at Memorial Union on Missouri's campus. Soehlke visits the river often. She finds driving soothing and sitting along the water helps her stay calm.

Jessica Soehlke drove to Cooper's Landing after spending her morning studying at Memorial Union on Missouri's campus. Soehlke visits the river often. She finds driving soothing and sitting along the water helps her stay calm.

 Jessica Soehlke has attached several pins to her jean jacket. Each pin holds a special meaning to her. Since the release of the Netflix series "Stranger Things", Soehlke has used the show as a form of self-care. She says she the show makes her feel better. Over winter break, she watched the new season with her family.  Soehlke has also pinned a Mickey Mouse pin to her jacket. She has just accepted a position with the Disney College Program and will be moving to Florida for a semester, where she will be working in retail.

Jessica Soehlke has attached several pins to her jean jacket. Each pin holds a special meaning to her. Since the release of the Netflix series "Stranger Things", Soehlke has used the show as a form of self-care. She says she the show makes her feel better. Over winter break, she watched the new season with her family.  Soehlke has also pinned a Mickey Mouse pin to her jacket. She has just accepted a position with the Disney College Program and will be moving to Florida for a semester, where she will be working in retail.

 As a present to herself for her strength and resilience when it comes to her mental illness, Jessica Soehlke got "courage over fear" tattooed on her left arm as a reminder to keep pushing herself everyday. She got the tattoo in November of 2016. To her, the message is simple. She says it serves as a daily reminder that her courage to live life will ultimately always overcome her fear to do so.

As a present to herself for her strength and resilience when it comes to her mental illness, Jessica Soehlke got "courage over fear" tattooed on her left arm as a reminder to keep pushing herself everyday. She got the tattoo in November of 2016. To her, the message is simple. She says it serves as a daily reminder that her courage to live life will ultimately always overcome her fear to do so.


Outtakes

 

 Jessica Soehlke preps the boards her sorority will use for the philanthropic event, Rockin' Against Multiple Sclerosis. Soehlke will participate in the event, lip syncing and dancing to a Lady Gaga song. Soehlke, who has dreams of being on Saturday Night Live one day, has participated in her sorority's skits for homecoming, greek week, and RAMS throughout the years. 

Jessica Soehlke preps the boards her sorority will use for the philanthropic event, Rockin' Against Multiple Sclerosis. Soehlke will participate in the event, lip syncing and dancing to a Lady Gaga song. Soehlke, who has dreams of being on Saturday Night Live one day, has participated in her sorority's skits for homecoming, greek week, and RAMS throughout the years. 

 Jessica Soehlke watches as her sorority sisters practice their dance routine for the philanthropic event, Rockin' Against Multiple Sclerosis. The event's purpose is to raise money and provide services for the MS Institute of Mid-Missouri.

Jessica Soehlke watches as her sorority sisters practice their dance routine for the philanthropic event, Rockin' Against Multiple Sclerosis. The event's purpose is to raise money and provide services for the MS Institute of Mid-Missouri.