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Sydney seems like a normal, if awkward teenager. She has a best friend, feels like an outsider, hates the small town she's living in, is annoyed by her (adorable) little brother — but she also has a secret. Perhaps more than one secret.
The graphic novel, written by Charles Forsman, who also brought The End of the Fxxxing World to life, steers the coming-of-age story of the everyday struggle between trauma and control.
I'm Not Okay with This is brought to screen by Jonathan Entwistle and Christy Hall for Netflix.
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We hope listeners understand that this podcast is full of spoilers, bloody spoilers!