23-24 The Hi­lar­i­ous World of De­pres­sion

Men's Health (UK) - - Voice Coahes -

Lis­ten­ing to peo­ple talk about de­pres­sion might not sound like a laugh-a-minute ex­pe­ri­ence, but when the peo­ple in ques­tion are co­me­di­ans and other wits who pe­ri­od­i­cally feel low de­spite be­ing at the top of their game, the chor­tle rate is un­ex­pect­edly high. “De­pres­sion is ev­ery­where, and it sucks,” says Amer­i­can pub­lic ra­dio pre­sen­ter John Moe. “But talk­ing about it doesn’t. Talk­ing about it is a re­ally good idea.” Like that? Try The Men­tal Ill­ness Happy Hour with Paul Gil­martin, in which the ex-al­co­holic co­me­dian talks to peers about neg­a­tive think­ing, trauma and ad­dic­tion.

YOUR ROUTE TO UPPERSTREAM FIT­NESS

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