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Enlightening Twitter Thread's Explanation Of Grief Is Strangely Comforting

This woman's Twitter thread shows us that you don't need any art skills to drive home a relatable point about how grief can touch all our lives at some point; and how you can deal with it, when it does. Her explanation made waves in the Twitterverse, and touched a lot of people. Not surprised! 

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Rick and Morty Creator, Dan Harmon, Delivers Amazing Advice to Young Fan About Dealing With Depression

Dan Harmon proved himself, yet again, to be a stand up dude after he responded to a young fan who was asking him for advice on how to deal with depression. 


Dan Harmon Comes in Clutch and Delivers Amazing Advice to Young Fan About Dealing With Depression
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Andy Richter Shuts Down Idiot On Twitter Who Claims Depression Is A Choice

Earlier this week some profoundly crazed and insensitive individual tried to float the idea that depression is a choice....days later, Andy Richter stepped up to offer the most impressively thoughtful and brutal response to such a notion, we have yet to come across. Buckle up, and watch a master at work. We love you, Andy Richter! 

Conan O'Brien's sidekick, Andy Richter, shuts down a person on Twitter who claims that depression is a choice.
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In their study, researchers looked at elderly men with a genetic variation that produces an enzyme responsible for the metabolism of alcohol that is up to 80 times less competent at doing the task.
It was associated with reduced alcohol use, "but it had no association with depression whatsoever," Prof Almeida said.
"The conclusion is that alcohol use neither causes nor prevents depression in older men.
"Our results also debunk the view that mild to moderate alcohol consumption may reduce the risk of depression."