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The Hilarious World of Depression For Years John Moe, Critically Acclaimed Public Radio Personality And Host Of The Hilarious World Of Depression Podcast, Struggled With Depression It Plagued His Family And Claimed The Life Of His Brother In As Moe Came To Terms With His Own Illness, He Began To See Similar Patterns Of Behavior And Coping Mechanisms Surfacing In Conversations With Others, Including High Profile Comedians Who D Struggled With The Disease Moe Saw That There Was Tremendous Comfort And Community In Open Dialogue About These Shared Experiences And That Humor Had A Unique Power Thus Was Born The Podcast The Hilarious World Of DepressionInspired By The Immediate Success Of The Podcast, Moe Has Written A Remarkable Investigation Of The Disease, Part Memoir Of His Own Journey, Part Treasure Trove Of Laugh Out Loud Stories And Insights Drawn From Years Of Interviews With Some Of The Most Brilliant Minds Facing Similar Challenges Throughout The Course Of This Powerful Narrative, Depression S Universal Themes Come To Light, Among Them, Struggles With Identity, Lack Of Understanding Of The Symptoms, The Challenges Of Work Life, Self Medicating, The Fallout Of The Disease In The Lives Of Our Loved Ones, The Tragedy Of Suicide, And The Hereditary Aspects Of The Disease The Hilarious World Of Depression Illuminates Depression In An Entirely Fresh And Inspiring Way

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10 thoughts on “The Hilarious World of Depression

  1. says:

    This is a book everyone should read, regardless of whether they ve listened to THWoD podcast It has the potential to help normies have some empathy for the saddies and to remind the saddies like me that they are not alone in this.

  2. says:

    I m going to be honest this book was nothing like I had assumed it was going to be, but I loved itthan I could have imagined I ve never listened to the podcast because, well, I m like the one weirdo in the world who just doesn t enjoy podcasts So I assumed this was going to be a book with a lot of levity.It definitely had its moments of humor and I appreciated all of them, but at

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    The Hilarious World of Depression by John Moe is a book that hit close to home for me Fellow saddies where you at I could relate to a lot of the things John discusses in this book and I really appreciated how honest he was about his feelings growing up with depression, navigating his career and dealing with his brother s suicide Throughout the book are these snippets of hilarious sarcastic

  4. says:

    John Moe is hilarious Check out his Pop Song Correspondences on McSweeney s or his Twitter account This book, though, isn t so much hilarious as wry and moving It s a memoir of his lifelong battle with depression and trauma For those not up for dealing with talk of suicide, there is plenty of that as he discusses his own suicidal ideation and his brother s death I don t think I ve ever highlighted

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    I d never heard of the author or his podcast I picked this up because I liked the title and I wasn t disappointed by the contents Moe describes what it s like to grow up with anxiety and depression as something that you don t talk about, or if you do talk about it, the fact treatment can vary wildly depending on who your therapist is.I related closely to his excerpt about working forand how the culture is o

  6. says:

    Jokes so funny I didn t realize they were funny until I was onto the following chapter Sober anecdotes on a comedian s experience with depression Straight white male privilege in check.

  7. says:

    DNF for me 42%. I really thought this was going to be a different read I just couldn t get into it If I say I couldn t relate because I haven t been clinically depressed then I sound like I can t empathize, but I have known many people close to me who have struggled with this I just didn t find anything funny However based on other reviews I have read, people are really enjoying this so I wouldn t count it out I also had nev

  8. says:

    Thanks to St Martin s Press and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.If you have not suffered from depression, or do not know someone who has, you may not understand how the words hilarious and depression could be used in the same sentence However, after reading this book, you may realise that The Hilarious World of Depression , is, undoubtedly, a highly appropriate title for Moe s incisive exploration of mental illn

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    Depression is formless, colorless, and odorless, and doesn t show up on medical imaging See all of those bookmarks The Hilarious World of Depression by John Moe was a delight to read He makes a point early on to say that he hopes that this book helps people, that they highlight or bookmark and I certainly did that 4.5 5 stars for me Thank you to St Martin s Press for sending me a copy to review For those of you who are into podcasts, the auth

  10. says:

    As someone who struggles with depression, I always find it helpful to read other people s accounts of how they re living with the condition And if the story can be told with a little humor, that s even better John Moe, creator of the podcast with the same name, offers a book that s a little different from what I was expecting It s written almost in the form of a memoir where he writes about his own experience growing up with depression, his suicidal t

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