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Anthony Bourdain Spoke Freely About Mental Illness. That Doesn't Mean He Was Cured
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9 Jun 2018 10:39 AM EST

Anthony Bourdain once wrote, “In America, the professional kitchen is the last refuge of the misfit." The celebrated chef, author, and TV personality committed suicide Friday at the age of 61. BuzzFeed argues that readers and viewers alike shouldn't be surprised. That's because Bourdain was always open about his struggles with addiction and mental illness. In his first article in The New Yorker, Bourdain wrote, “Gastronomy is the science of pain." Many cooks were social outsiders, working odd hours in high-pressure environments. But while Bourdain spoke freely about his depression, it doesn’t mean he was cured. The conversation Bourdain started with the world will continue on.

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