Harry Potter author and incredibly thoughtful and generous person, J.K. Rowling, has spoken openly about her depression in the past, so it was no wonder that, when someone reached out to her about his sadness, she reached back out.
@jk_rowling This may get lost in the noise..but what would you say to someone who has failed to find meaning and wants to finally give up?— Brocaesar (@BrocaesarTV) May 4, 2015
And you know what? It bloody well worked:
I can't believe I am still getting all these nice messages from strangers. You guys are seriously the best. Thanks @jk_rowling— Brocaesar (@BrocaesarTV) May 5, 2015
While I wouldn’t wish Twitter upon any celebrity, I’m glad that some of them continue to stick around because little things like this can mean so much, especially to those going through rough patches. And while I completely understand why someone like Joss Whedon or Jaden Smith would decide to abandon Twitter, I’m glad others like J.K. Rowling are sticking around and trying to make it a little less toxic and a slightly more delightful place to be.