Bryony Gordon’s Mad World: Self Esteem | Podcast

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Self Esteem AKA Rebecca Taylor is a multi-award winning and Brit Award nominated artist, touring the globe and supporting Adele. And yet, during her 20s, she was crippled by shame and feeling like she was never accepted as herself. She found time to come on Mad World and talk openly and honestly about mental health and the role it’s played in her life, including shaking off the shackles of patriarchy and getting out of self destruct mode.

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