TCR | 2014.06.23 


The first public screening of the #tfiosmovie. This is amazing.

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Hanging out with my old friend @anselelgort. Going to the MTV Movie Awards together tonight.


Hanging out with my old friend @anselelgort. Going to the MTV Movie Awards together tonight.




This TFIOS Teens React video is amazing and HILARIOUS. 

Ok maybe after C2E2 I’ll finally dive in.

Mia. I just. I cannot.


I’m in love with you,” he said quietly.

"Augustus," I said.

"I am," he said. He was staring at me, and I could see the corners of his eyes crinkling. "I’m in love with you, and I’m not in the business of denying myself the simple pleasure of saying true things. I’m in love with you, and I know that love is just a shout into the void, and that oblivion is inevitable, and that we’re all doomed and that there will come a day when all our labor has been returned to dust, and I know the sun will swallow the only earth we’ll ever have, and I am in love with you.

"  - John GreenThe Fault in Our Stars (via dissapolnted)


Question Tuesday! TFIOS Movie Trailer, Penguin Knees, and Backflips

In which John shares a sneak peek of the movie adaptation of his novel The Fault in Our Stars, shanks Hank for giving him a cold, and attempts a backflip.

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  • Sarah: Justin Bieber was arrested?
  • Me: How wonderful must it be to reach the late hour of 6:34 PM unaware of Justin Bieber's legal troubles.

  • John Green: I fell in love the way you fall asleep; slowly, then all at once.
  • John Green: Chicken nuggets is like my family.


Don’t live anywhere near Times Square but still desperate to see something drop on New Year’s Eve? We can help.

Sometimes people ask me for romantic advice. My advice? Hang your future girlfriend’s painting right-side up for God’s sake.

TFiOS first poster!

TFiOS first poster!



We’re really good at high fives…

Do you need a sister? #sorrytim



This is the most personal vlogbrothers video I’ve made in several years.

Anonymous said:
John, I have really really bad anxiety. I know in the past you've said that you have/had it too. How in the world are you able to do so much with it? (Like go on stage at vidcon or meet so many nerdfighters) Is there some secret I never received? Maybe a memo that skipped me?


1. Sorry. That sucks.

2. It’s not easy and I don’t always do it well, but I’ve been living with this for a long time and have a good medication regimen that works pretty well (at the moment at least) and also have a good therapist I’m able to work really closely with. None of that happened overnight, and it’s a difficult thing to live while you’re figuring out how to manage it. But it’s important to know that it can get better, and that you are not alone in this experience.

3. With public events: It’s not something I’m terrible comfortable with. Like a lot of people with anxiety problems, I spend immense blocks of time stuck in obsessive thought spirals that are difficult to pull myself out of. For a couple weeks before Vidcon, for instance, it will be basically impossible for me to think about anything other than Vidcon, and I will feel really scared and anxious and unable to work, which is why I can’t space public events out. (Like, if I did a reading once a month or whatever, I would basically be unable to work half the time. So when we do stuff, we usually do them back-to-back.) 

3a. That acknowledged, for me at least things get easier the more you experience them. I’m a lot more comfortable in front of large crowds than I used to be. (It doesn’t really feel like a social experience to me, so it doesn’t usually engage my social anxiety. Book signings do feel like social experiences, though, so…yeah.) 

4. I wish I could speak to you from some lofty mountain, having conquered the demons of mental health, but I cannot. This is an ongoing part of my life (I had a panic attack today, for instance). But I’m much better at managing it than I used to be. And I’m lucky to not have many of the disabilities associated with anxiety disorders (I can drive a car, for instance). But anxiety is part of my daily life, and it makes life harder for me and for people I love, and I still have a long way to go.

John Green just accurately described my life right on down to the panic attack today.


I mean…


I mean…