Join host John Moe (The Hilarious World of Depression) for honest, relatable, and, yes, sometimes funny conversations about mental health. Hear from comedians, musicians, authors, actors, and other top names in entertainment and the arts about living with depression, anxiety, and many other common disorders. Find out what they’ve done to address it, what worked, and what didn’t. Depresh Mode also features useful insights on mental health issues with experts in the field. It’s honest talk from people who have been there and know their stuff. No shame, no stigma, and more laughs than you might expect.
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I loved The Hilarious World show and was bummed when it stopped. Thank you very much for continuing the work. It is nice to listen and feel normal, and also learn something, and also laugh and/or cry. This is such a great show.
I started listening to this show during a difficult time, and it surprised me how much it helped me feel connected to the world again. John’s interview style is so grounded and compassionate. I just listened to the interview with Joel Kim Booster and I was floored. It hit close to home, and I so appreciated both John and Joel Kim’s willingness to go into difficult territory together. Definitely recommend this podcast, as a way to better understand mental health and hear from some smart, funny pe... more
Having just recently discovered the hilarious world of depression podcast after first reading the book, I freaked out a bit realizing the last podcast episode was 2021… Relieved shortly thereafter to see this podcast, which feels like that one supportive friend who understands you and helps you feel like you’re not alone when your own thoughts try to convince you otherwise. So grateful for this work. A lifesaver many times over, in the most literal sense of the word.
Really enjoy this podcast as I did the hilarious world of depression. Lots of inspirational and helpful topics. I’ll listen to anything with John Moe apart of it. He really cares about helping people, he’s funny and also he has a really nice, soothing voice.
he was so close to the point and still missed it: being a "weak loser" isnt the problem, same way depression isnt the problem. toxic masculinity and capitalism are.
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Depresh Mode launched 3 years ago and published 146 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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