23-24 The Hilarious World of Depression
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.
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