Comedian Aparna Nancherla tackles anxiety on stage and in real life

“You get to a certain standard that you hold yourself to, but then you suddenly feel other people's eyes on you, like either scrutinizing you or judging you. And then you want to hide again, so you find ways to diminish it and disqualify yourself from being there. And then the process just repeats endlessly,” says Aparna Nancherla. Credit: Kim Newmoney.

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