“That’s why I suffer from existential panic a lot,” says Halina. She explains that she then “breaks up”, for example during a meeting. “Then I zoom out and think: Why am I here, what is life, why are we here, what is the table, what is the chair? To be in the moment. Do you have that too, I guess?”
Caris replies, “Yes.” Halena: “Where are you really going? I’m going to a very scary state, where I’m half beside me. I’m terrified of it.”
Karis describes her experience with the breakup: “I’m half hanging out and framing it.” “I’m processing my own thoughts, I’m trying to follow what’s going on in the conversation. Like a kind of Droste effect: I look at myself, I look at myself, I look at myself, I look at myself and that’s a very scary feeling.”
Very recognizable for Halina: “Exactly. It helps me a lot if you tell me, because I’ve been having a huge problem with that and I’ve recently started talking to my therapist about it. I actually don’t dare talk about it either because I’m afraid it might get worse.” “.
In the Netherlands, Halena is less affected by it. “But here more often,” he says Bodies Bodies BodiesDirector of her residence in the United States. For example, if you see a discrepancy. Too poor, too rich: Then region me out. I just can’t handle life or something, I don’t know. I don’t understand half the time: what are we doing here? ”
Karis and Halina previously spoke to RTL Boulevard about their candid podcast:
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