Support Needed For All

Posted: August 28, 2014 at 3:24 p.m.

I have frequently heard the statement "I always knew Robin Williams was in serious pain" since learning the news of the legendary actor passing away. I can relate with others' thoughts on this subject, as I often felt the same way about the late, great actor. Despite openly admitting his mental suffering and depression to various media outlets throughout his career, little stood in the way of his demise. How could a man so talented and adored be so isolated with pain so unbearable that life was not worth living anymore? If so many people could sense something was wrong with him, why didn't anyone do more to prevent his and others' self destruction?

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