@Chojuroh, the original fan who had asked for advice, thanked Harmon for his advice.
sorry I'm kinda star struck rn so I'm having a hard time articulating anything other than thank you so goddamn much for all of this. Probably better than my therapist could've said it. (And my boyfriend: "TELL HIM THANK YOU AND THAT WE SUBSCRIBE TO HARMONTOWN")
— charming taint man (@chojuroh) November 28, 2017
But, other fans thanked Harmon and expressed their gratitude for his words.
My husband is a psychiatrist & I was having a tough day today w/my depression (@danharmon said it better than he did! ?)
— JustSomeChick (@Just_SomeChick) December 1, 2017
This whole thread's got me crying. Thank you. ❤️
— ?Magztletoe? (@Magzdilla2early) November 30, 2017
I am so grateful for you and this I could never thank you enough. Ever.
You will never know how many lives you've saved.
— ~HAPPY HOLIDAYS~ (@CherokeeLair) December 1, 2017
@danharmon I saw this thread being shared on FB and while I'm not really familiar with your work I just thought I owed you a thank you cus this is helping me during a real rough time.
— Erik Nell (@YellowKing81) November 30, 2017
Thank you so much for taking the time to sincerely answer this question. Has helped me more than you could ever know
— Smalls (@smalls_ihowdysh) December 1, 2017
damn… i'm reading this and crying… thank you for this words
— Fernando Rato (@Fernando_Rato) November 30, 2017
Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you!
— dylangallaudet (@dylan_gallaudet) December 1, 2017
Thank you so much for this. You can't fathom how much I needed it today.
— Sheryl Paschke (@celtic_strgzr) November 30, 2017
Thank you so so much for writing this. Especially the reminder that feelings are real. I needed to read this today.
— erin?❄️? (@JaxOfBo) November 30, 2017
This meant so much to me tonight. Thank you both
— ChellyB (@ChellyBeans101) December 1, 2017
This may just be the most important Twitter thread. Anyone that's suffering, please give this a read
— Brandon C. (@BrandonCMaximum) December 1, 2017
Why I'm Buddhist – first noble truth acknowledges suffering, then gives path to learn that feelings are not reality – just as you say ❤️
— Mary! (@edwardsmarcom) December 1, 2017
Tysvm for this. I know someone dealing with it rn and this helps me guide them out of it.
— Melissa (@melissa8313) December 1, 2017