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  1. It’s always so eye-opening & surprising to learn that successful, likeable, respected, creative women – women I look up to & admire & aspire to be more like – also struggle with anxiety. I don’t know if it makes me feel better or worse, haha – like, if they’re pushing through their anxiety to do great things, shouldn’t I be able to do the same?! But it’s a positive reminder than anxiety & mental illness are not the be-all, end-all deterrents I sometimes worry they will be.
    Thanks for this interview! Bree seems awesome – & super likeable, for what it’s worth. Bullies always hone in on the people who seem like easy targets because they’re compassionate, kind, & thoughtful. I’d still always rather be those things than not be, though!

    1. Kate, thanks so much for your kind words! Yetti’s interview was definitely the first that asked me to describe my anxiety in depression in such detail and in a way it was kind of like therapy lol and yeah, I’m always surprised when people I look up to are also struggling with anxiety. It kind of makes me feel more normal at least, and even more empathetic towards others. I guess you never know what someone is going through.