I have been referencing this book/movie, "the Perks of being a wallflower" recently. I was initially drawn to this movie because it reminded me so much of my youth. That unsettling feeling that you feel excluded from crowds, shy away from attention, and when I had it, I felt very uncomfortable. There is a line in the movie when the someone says to Charlie, the main character, "You're a wallflower" and he responds, his face softening, "I didn't think anyone noticed me". Yeah, I get it Charlie. Now, with what I do (this show included), people are surprised when I say I'm actually an introvert who has learned the skill to be extroverted. It hasn't been easy and just recently I've worked though blocks around receiving attention. This show will discuss this experience.