By Matt Watts for TIFF.net:
Link: That time the CBC let me make a TV show about my mental health issues
The experience was in itself the ultimate exposure. When you have a crew of 30 people standing around, waiting for you to show up and do your job, you don’t really have a choice. I HAD to do it. Every day, for 12 to 16 hours a day (even 22 hours on one particular day), I did what was required to make the show a reality. (Apparently, my fear of disappointing others overrides my fear of being confined in a small space.) And it helped. So much. Continue reading.
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