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Depression is harrowing, filling up the lives with those affected by it with nothing but darkness. It is not something that should be dealt with alone. We all seek support and guidance from people close to us. And sometimes, support comes unexpectedly.
When Twitter user @chojuroh asked Dan Harmon, the co-showrunner of American animated sitcom Rick and Morty, for help, she was not expecting him to respond. But, Harmon did respond to her and his words have made quite an impact not only one her but, also on other users on Twitter.
“I asked Dan Harmon because I wanted advice from someone who suffers, but is not a professional,” chojuroh wrote. “This is the most basic, general advice I’ve been given so far, and it’s great. I participate in 4 separate therapies, and treating depression is the least of my worries. I know what works for me, but I knew it would help others for someone in the public eye to say something. Letting out your pain can do a lot of good in the long run, even if you don’t feel better right away.”
Read on to find out what he had to say.
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- Dan Harmon- American writer, producer, actor and voice actor.
- He is the co-showrunner of American animated sitcom Rick and Morty
- A fan asked for his advice
- And Dan reached out to her with a brilliant response
- And clearly, his words had an impact
- Not only on the person asking the question but, many others on Twitter
Dan Harmon- American writer, producer, actor and voice actor.
He is the co-showrunner of American animated sitcom Rick and Morty
A fan asked for his advice
And Dan reached out to her with a brilliant response
And clearly, his words had an impact
Not only on the person asking the question but, many others on Twitter
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