John Moe


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in Saint Paul, The United States
July 10, 1968

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The Hilarious World of Depr...

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“Here’s the weird part: even when I was in the darkest and most despairing times of my depression, I still found depression funny. It was funny to me that the illness distorted my view of the real world like a funhouse mirror. It was funny that I could be immobilized by something that had no basis in a broken bone or bacteria or any tangible factor. And when other people, especially comedians and writers, shared their experiences with depression and those experiences were resonant with my own, I could laugh because we were all getting fooled together. I laughed in the same way an audience laughs at a particularly good trick pulled off by a magician. “We’ve all been deceived, but we don’t know how!”
John Moe, The Hilarious World of Depression

“If more people understand the reality of mental illness and get disabused of the Hollywood myths about it, the stigma about getting help will diminish, and then we’ll live in a healthier society.”
John Moe, The Hilarious World of Depression

“Depression is good at making you think it’s not even there and that you are the problem. Depression wants you to think you made a choice to be this way.”
John Moe, The Hilarious World of Depression

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