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Mauro Ranallo thanks fans for their support

As we previously reported, it is likely that SmackDown Live commentator Mauro Ranallo’s absence and the announce desk these past two weeks have something to do with his long battle with depression. Ranallo had been visibly absent from social media, but broke his silence yesterday (Thurs. March 23, 2017) to thank WWE fans for their recent support:

  • I was paid 104000 dollars last 12 month period by doing a web based task moreover I was able to do it by w­orking in my own time f­o­r quite a few hours on a regular basis. I applied job opportunity I came across on-line and so I am delighted that I was in a position to make such decent cash. It’s undoubtedly newbie-friendly and I’m so pleased that I found out about it. Look out for exactly what I do… http://nubr­.­co/NJGhT1

  • I was paid 104000 dollars past 12 months by doing an online work as well as I was able to do it by w­orking in my own time f­o­r several hours each day. I tried job opportunity I stumbled upon over the internet and so I am delighted that I was manage to make such decent money. It is really newbie-friendly and therefore I am so delighted that I discovered out about it. Check out exactly what I do… http://ru­.­vu/qxWvp

  • MrDr3w

    And you know all of this because you’re a doctor, right? You know the ins and outs of the human brain, huh? Not just the average human brain, but HIS brain. It was recommended by HIS doctor that he stay off of social media. I’d think his personal doctor would know a little bit more about how his brain functions than you. P.S. Your examples are severely flawed. Depression isn’t a physical injury that can heal in a matter of weeks, it’s a brain disorder. It can’t just “heal” like that.

  • Buzzkiller73

    Man you are spot on again. The man needs some time to decompress people need to learn to deal with it.

  • I was paid 104000 dollars previous year by doing a web based job and consequently I was able to do it by w­orking in my own time f­o­r quite a few hours on a daily basis. I tried job opportunity I found out on the web and I am delighted that I was manage to earn such decent earnings. It is seriously newbie-friendly and therefore I’m so blessed that I found out about it. Go and visit what I do… http://www­.­doshort­.­com/58r0

  • D2K

    You are clearly (and seemingly purposefully) missing the point. Nowhere did it say that social media was the CAUSE of his episode. Even if it wasn’t If you are a basketball player and you break your leg, is it a good idea to run on it? No. Running is part of the job though. If a tennis player tears up muscles in their shoulder, is it a good idea for them to swing rackets around? No. It is part of their job though. If you badly cut your arm, is it a good idea to go swimming in a stream or pond? No.

    When some is hurt whether physically or emotionally you need to HEAL FIRST. The guy has been doing this since 2015. I haven’t heard any incidents like this before while in WWE. Has has one episode and you think he should quit his job? I guess he needs to live his life by your standards then eh?

    You are not so blatantly obtuse. You are better than that. Take a read of this while you are at it.

    I’m not gonna say anymore here for YOUR benefit and my own.

  • MrDr3w

    Social media is a central part of being in the WWE. If being on social media stresses him out, then he shouldn’t be in the WWE. And it’s not like he can be one of the guys who doesn’t use social media. He’s a commentator. Communicating out to the people is his career.

  • D2K

    Why do you say that? Depression affects a lot of people in different ways in various levels of severity. Jim Ross just stated a few days ago in remembrance of his wife Jan on the numerous bouts of depression. No one is gonna question his resolve or commitment.

  • D2K

    Thank you sir. From one who suffers depression I appreciate those comments. I agree wholeheartedly with the detox from social media. These days with all the garbage in the news detoxing from all media is therapeutic.

  • MrDr3w

    Maybe the guy’s in the wrong industry… Or at least with the wrong company.

  • Killswitch

    While doing these kinds of practices certainly help, it’s far easier to prescribe them than to apply them to one’s life. It’s important to understand that each person is different, and has different needs. I believe that like most things, the first step(s) in recovery is
    acknowledging the problem and wanting to improve. There’s no quick fix
    or foolproof method to counter depression.

    Mauro was advised to take a brief sabbatical from social media and his announcing gig, and I couldn’t agree more with the advice. Cleansing yourself from Facebook/Twitter/Instagram for even a week or so is a powerful method to focus on building yourself and spending more time with family and friends. It really does help.

  • jackson

    depression is your body giving you feedback that you are doing or not doing something. your body is designed for eating a limited variety of foods, physical stress like intense workouts and being in cold water and hot sun, doing challenging and exciting things, sleeping long hours in darkness, saying that which is true to you and being needed. serotonin comes from feeling important and significant and you can only be important if you do something important. simple. most people who are high in neuroticism should practice selflessness and see how their body reacts.