"A Comfort to My Solitude" is 1/3 of a 2-piece sub-series, which is part of a whole collection comprising of 2 major series. It documents and explores the artist's experiences and struggles with the symptoms and effects of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), which she is currently dealing with. This sub-series deals with the phases or symptoms commonly felt by the artist. In this piece, the artist explores the loneliness and emptiness she experiences. There is an unresolved thought that the void could be filled up, either temporarily or permanently, by human interaction or other fillers, as depicted in the painting. This was painted at the time of the artist's life when she had to leave her current job and pursue art, but at the expense of facing daily solitude that comes with her new profession -- a fact which she struggled with as she was extroverted in nature. It did not also help that she was undergoing the symptoms and effects of PCOS at that time.