Mental Health: Bailey and Rick Talk at You: Episode 2

Greetings from our quarantine couch to yours!

I wish these videos were little podcasts because I know when I see a long YouTube run time I’m like ugh, I don’t wanna sit here watching something for that long. Alas, podcast mics are really expensive and I’d be like that “I have no idea with I’m doing” meme with podcast editing software, anyway.

me making a podcast
me looking at podcast editing software
me after a podcast editing tutorial

Anyway, you get the picture.

So, it’ll just have to be these lo-fi videos for now, but they can definitely be listened to from YouTube- no need to watch us staring back at you. Unless that’s your thing. Then, you’re welcome to stare back at us staring at you staring at us. No, I’m not high.

This week, Rick and I discuss what it’s like for Rick to have a spouse with mental illness and the perils of Greek life in college.

I hope you enjoy it half as much as we enjoyed making it, ’cause that’d be a lot!

If for any reason the embed doesn’t work, you can watch the video here.

Warmest,
Bailey


Wednesday posts cover something that’s top of mind for me that week and are written in a short period of time. This means that editing is not strong. While it’s not my best work, it is my best, unfiltered thought.


More on Bummed Out Bailey:

Mental Health: Bailey and Rick Talk at You: Episode 1
Mental Health: The Social Toll of Invisible Illness
Mental Health: Homebody v. Quarantine…Body?


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