July 9, 2020

EP. 14 — Catherine Bohart

Stand-Up Comedian and Podcast host Catherine Bohart joins Jameela this week to discuss life with OCD, what it looked like asking for help, the way medicine and cognitive behavioral therapy has changed Catherine’s life for the better, her surprising coming-out to her mother, and the podcast YOU’LL DO Catherine co-hosts with her girlfriend Sarah where they ask people in-depth questions about their relationships.


IWEIGH-014-20200709-CatherineBohart-ACv01-DYN.mp3   JAMEELA JAMIL [00:00:00] Hello and welcome to another episode of “I Weigh” with Jameela Jamil. I hope you are well. I am fine. I am still in lockdown. I don’t care what is opening back up. I refuse to leave my house. I have somehow been lucky enough to find a way to do pretty much all of my work from within my four walls. I did have a friend over. However, this week and I experienced my first bout of social anxiety in four months. I was very surprised because it’s someone I know very well, who I met at secondary school, so I was 11 and couldn’t be more comfortable with. But she was coming over. I haven’t seen her in ages, months and months and months, and she was bringing a stranger over with her, not a stranger to her. She didn’t find someone random from the street, but someone I didn’t know. And I had like a little panic before they turned up, which I wasn’t prepared for. Su

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