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 · ' Tears rolled down my face. I was paralysed' : How stress finally forced me to quit the rat race Kat de Naoum always felt like the pressure of working in a ...

No, my parents were supportive. My dad worked in advertising — he was a creative director — and my mom was an English teacher. I think they were thrilled that I was interested in doing something creative and they lent me their camera — which you know, I wound up breaking. ( Laughs. ) I strapped it to the bottom of a car and bottomed out, smashing it, which my dad wasn’t very happy about. When I think about how young I was, it was pretty nice of them to lend me their expensive Super 8 camera! They were very, very encouraging and one Christmas they got me an editing machine, the basic Editola, it was called — a reel-to-reel editing machine so I could start splicing together films. No, they could not have been more supportive.

I like to travel with the mindset of “It’s not wrong, it’s just different.” I had a hard time sticking to that here though.

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