Food for thought during exam time.
Incredibly, there have been haters responding to Lin's deeply personal account of his own struggles. Well, screw those people. I for one am grateful that he shared his vulnerability and offered a space to discuss the sometimes overwhelming pressure to perform, be it academically, athletically, or any other form. You know, the fact that someone is prominent and successful does not mean that his or her psychological pain and lived experience are any less real or significant. Let us all make an effort to be better, kinder, and more compassionate to each other, OK?