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Young Woman C (Supporting)

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Casting videos for "Behind Happy Faces." CEO states: "This is the first-of-its-kind mental health curriculum. The program will use five cutting edge educational videos and discussi...more

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Female, ages 18-22, All Ethnicities

Role Description

Young Woman C: (Supporting) leads a structured life to prevent her from returning to a chaotic one; is now at the point in her life where she can do a lot of exciting things for herself because of the work she’s done to maintain in the face of her mental health disorder; in the script, the two young women live together in a house with three others at the same university.


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Sides for Young Woman C

treat each of the following as separate.

a friend in high school knew my family.
same church. she called us, “the psycho ward.”
that really hurt. I didn’t want to listen,
but the truth was there. and I was so
tired of lying to myself about our mental
health history.

I’ve seen what decades of neglect does
to one’s mental health. it’s been sucky
being honest about my mental health
and learning how to change my behavior
in a productive way. I’ve fallen on my
face more times than I can count.
but I keep plugging along. better now
than later. think it’s impossible to change
now? wait until you’ve ignored your coping
for most of your adult life. ask my mom.
she’s why I do this stuff now. before
I’m too consumed in pain to even
ask questions. unlike other people,
I had to change my coping. I didn’t
want to live in pain. the only way
to do that for me was come clean
about my mental health, and start
taking each difficult step. one at a time.
left foot, right foot.

I just won’t talk about it. you’re not
gonna get me to say anything outside
my room. that’s my room, and no one
can mess with me in there.

some people just won’t get up. I’m
related to one of them. I can be a
great example, I can leave the door
open. but in the past, I’ve had to let go.
no matter what I did, how I did it, how
much I gave- sometimes you can’t help
someone who refuses you at every turn