Mental Health: Bailey and Rick Talk at You: Episode 4

Looks like we made it * Shania voice * I’ve turned in my thesis, and turned into… a vlogger!

This week Rick and I answer some questions about how I presented/how Rick perceived my mental illness while we were dating. There’s also mention of Jerry Springer’s hit show “Baggage!”

Unfortunately the sound is a little wonky, but we’ll try to do better next week! Remember, we have no idea what we’re doing.

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Remember, if you have any questions you’d like us to address in Bailey and Rick Talk at You, feel free to reach out in the comments, on social media, or anonymously on the contact page.


P.S. The post I mention about this past summer is here.

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

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3 thoughts on “Mental Health: Bailey and Rick Talk at You: Episode 4

  1. Hi, Jenny L here from the UES! Long time listener, first time caller.
    1. What was that awesome intro and exit music?
    2. How many years of air fiddle lessons has Rick taken? Is he applying to the conservatory with those skillz?
    3. How was quarantine effected your overall mental wellness? Given the restrictions of socializing, have you found new ways to cope with feeling caged or not having the traditional outlets with friends/family?
    4. Has Rick ever experienced mental illness?
    5. Can you explain (if possible) how it feels when an “episode” is starting for you?
    6. How do you balance big life events (birthdays, weddings, trips, etc) while experiencing a depressive episode?

    Thank you for the weekly sharing! <3

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