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I work at the university but I also work clinically, working with people who hear voices as well. I got married and I had children, I did all those supposedly very ordinary things. All of those things are a source of amazement and wonderment to me. They give me a huge thrill. I don’t need to come to mazes, I spent over years of my life living in a maze. VOICEOVER FROM ELECTRIC CITY BY MUSIC INSTRUCTOR: Already many of the mutants disguised as human beings are walking the streets of earth’s cities. SPEAKER: Come buy a sausage. SPEAKER: INAUDIBLE SPEAKER: Only two dollars. SPEAKER: Only two dollars. Come buy a sausage. Sausages are beautiful. Sausages are beautiful. Sausages are beautiful. Especially with bread and sauce. Sausages are beautiful. Sausages Na-Na-Na-nah JUNEEN: I pretty much fell into the insurance field. Nobody really plans for that kind of career so, yeah, fell into that one. And it is very stressful, especially when you have either a major disaster like the Christchurch earthquakes or, you know, just something big that happens. Or even arguing about the value of a car, everybody thinks that what they’ve purchased a car for is exactly what they’re going to get when it gets written off, but that’s not the case. So, you know, it got pretty stressful, it really, really affected me. The stress now, I can’t deal with. I go into a complete panic and shut down. EVIL BABY NOISES INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC BABY CRYING ELECTRONIC MUSIC INTERVIEWER: And what do you think your dream meant? JUNEEN: Me as a mummy and then as a child under the table is pretty much how you feel when you’re just overcome with so much emotion on so many different levels. Dealing with depression and anxiety is kind of like that. It’s kind of like you’re bound with all these emotions and you can’t get free. This time last year I was in hospital. This time last year I didn’t have any hope and I tried to kill myself. But this time, this year, it’s so much better. Make-up’s going to run now. SINGING SINGING BETH: we started. ANDY: Yeah. A long time now, isn’t it? The first year we did the wool shed we had a problem in our community, we had a couple of suicides so it was really tragic. So we went to, you know, people that were our friends and we said you can have one area in the wool shed to make your own haunted house. It was sort of or $ was the prize BETH: No, it was $ was the prize for the ANDY: Best room, yeah. BETH: For the best room, yeah. ANDY: And people could vote on the best room and they would get that money but all the rest of the money would go to start this charity. Some friends were electricians, and built the best electrocution chamber I’ve ever seen built anywhere in the world, even to this day. They put , volts through it, so you get this arcing and movement and made smoke machines and it was horrible. And then on dress rehearsal night I was walking past it and I said, “Guys, what’s that smell?” And they said, “Oh, we’ve got a secret weapon.” And they lifted up the covers and under the covers of the chair they had a hot plate and they’re cooking bacon.