BoJack Horseman and Adult Depression – What This Show Means to Someone Like Me (PREVIEW)

“The universe is a cruel, uncaring void. The key to being happy isn’t the search for meaning; it’s just to keep yourself busy with unimportant nonsense, and eventually, you’ll be dead.”

Mr. Peanutbutter’s view of life stood as a profound moment in the series, as it definitely leaves something to think about in this crazy world that we live in.

If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll know that I posted on BoJack a while back already. However, this time I want to go more in depth into the characters, the seasons and how they all tie together for me personally.

Join me as I dive into one of my favorite TV shows ever, “BoJack Horseman,” while I discuss how important it is with its portrayal of adult depression, addiction and loneliness in a cold world.

STAY TUNED! Until next time 💃🏻

4 comments

  1. Thank you. Most people feel so stigmatized about depression. I know I was constantly teased as I was learning to accept and deal with my symptoms of not being “normal” like everyone else. I have accepted and learned how to cope with my depression daily; although there are some days worse than others, I am a great deal better than I was when I was first diagnosed many many years ago. I am so glad that there is more awareness and acceptance than it was in the past.

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