For years, psychotherapist Taylor Glenn told her clients happiness lay in doing what felt right, in following your passions.
Smash the shackles, she said. Then she realised an uncomfortable truth: in her own life, she was doing exactly the opposite. Taylor Glenn was handing out advice she wasn't following herself.
Now, at last, she is. After giving up her work as a psychotherapist, the 34-year-old American is touring Europe as a stand-up comedian and next month appears at the Fringe with a show about her experiences. Not only does it explore what happens to someone who spends years listening to other people's problems, it turns therapy into comedy. "Finally," says Glenn, "I'm allowed to be my crazy self too."
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