In this episode we discuss how Annie's experiences with bipolar disorder impacted her sense of self, the ways in which David Lynch does mania justice, hallucinations, trusting the voices in your head, the insidious ways being sectioned can affect intimate relationships, and why Annie is at her healthiest, and happiest, when pretending to be other people.
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Intro / Outro music by Luisa Gerstein of Deep Throat Choir; musical interludes written and performed by Helen Duff, arranged by Touch & Compass; edited by Daisy Grant; produced by Helen Duff, Lorna Treen and Daisy Grant.
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