Mental Health: Bailey and Rick Talk at You: Episode 3

Oh, look! Another week of me avoiding writing about my potentially problematic relationship with alcohol in tandem with my mental illness during a never-ending quarantine! I’m kidding! Sort of!

THIS week Rick and I talk about our hopes, wishes, and dreams á la Drew Barrymore in the hit movie Never Been Kissed and answer an audience-submitted question! I also took it upon myself to appear as a true trash person, as you’ll soon see. I may have taken my commitment to authenticity a little ~too far~.

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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: Bailey and Rick Talk at You: Episode 2

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2 thoughts on “Mental Health: Bailey and Rick Talk at You: Episode 3

  1. Hello, much loved children! We (Dad and I) loved episode 3. My favorite part is that with lemons (the Covid-19 pause on our lives) you are making lemonade (videos). Since I have the month of May off, the idea of driving to NYC has crossed my mind several times. We miss y’all SO much! Much love, Mom

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