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    People Are Sending John Mulaney Messages Of Support After He Reportedly Checked Into Rehab

    The beloved stand-up comedian has been open about his struggles with addiction, and he has been sober since he was 23.

    Last night, several media outlets reported that John Mulaney has entered a rehabilitation program to seek treatment, following an alleged relapse in his addiction.

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    The 38-year-old stand-up comedian has been very open about his addiction to alcohol, cocaine, and prescription drugs in the past, and he has been sober since he was 23.

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    In the wake of this news, people are sending so much love and support to John Mulaney — and reminding others that there's never any shame in seeking help when you need it.

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    Here's what Mulaney's friends and fans have been sharing on Twitter:

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    let the news of john mulaney be a reminder to us all that we are going through a collective trauma with this pandemic, and for many of us that’s on top of struggles we were already having. check on your people. asking for help isn’t cowardly, it’s courageous.

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    Rooting for John Mulaney so hard. My all time fave.

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    so proud of john mulaney for going to get help!! 💓

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    I care more about John Mulaney than most of the people I’ve actually met

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    @caitiedelaney I’ve been sober almost 4 years. I remember hearing his story on his own alcoholism; helped me get sober in NYC. This is a blip on the screen; and sometimes the disease reminding you what u are🤷‍♂️. He’ll be back. Unfortunately, relapse is a part of recovery.

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    Never, ever be ashamed of being brave enough to ask for help. https://t.co/i6SjoUqNZG

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    me on the tl making sure nobody is being mean to john mulaney

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    anyone making fun of john mulaney and/or addiction is gonna feel my wrath

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    Much love to John Mulaney and anyone else struggling with addiction right now. There is hope and there is help. Please don't feel embarrassed asking for it. It's a disease like anything else and there are tools and steps to make you feel better. We need you healthy and well. <3 https://t.co/o3HajuTE7O

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    I hope John Mulaney makes it through this and that he and the people close to him are given the privacy they deserve in this season. And I really hope that we take the collective compassion and grace we feel towards him and learn to extend it to all who deal with addiction.

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    I love John Mulaney. His shows never fail to make me happy. And hearing the news that he is going into rebah--or anyone going in--I always take that as good news? It means that is a step toward getting well--a good and healthy one. So all good health and happiness to him.

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    Nothing but good cheer and support for @mulaney, who is the best at everything he does, including the slaying of personal demons. You are human and you got this.

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    Best wishes to John Mulaney and to everyone trying to get healthier in this often terrifying and usually messy world.

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    no lie John Mulaney has helped me get through some of the saddest moments of my life

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    I have never met John Mulaney but I still love him a lot and I wish him the absolute best. Addiction is a disease and we as a society need to be better about recognizing it and treating it instead of stigmatizing/ridiculing it. ❤️❤️❤️

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    just a reminder that john mulaney is an amazing talented and hilarious human that changed so many people’s lives in so many way and is truly loved so much ❤️ #weloveyoujohnmulaney

    If you or someone you know is struggling with substance abuse, contact SAMHSA's National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357) for resources and support.

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