The Modern Love Podcast: Rebecca Hall Reads ‘Take Me as I Am, Whoever I Am’

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In this episode of Modern Love: The Podcast, the actress Rebecca Hall (“Christine”) reads the essay “Take Me as I Am, Whoever I Am,” Terri Cheney’s explanation of what it’s like to date while having bipolar disorder.

You can listen using the player above, or find the episode on iTunes and Google Play Music.

Ms. Cheney is a best-selling author whose book “Manic: A Memoir” further delves into her experience with mental illness.

Ms. Hall stars in the film “Christine,” based on the true story of a Florida reporter whose relentless pursuit of success comes into conflict with her journalistic ethics.

After Ms. Hall’s reading, stay tuned for a postscript featuring reflections from Ms. Cheney and the Modern Love editor Dan Jones.