Posts Tagged With: suicide prevention
It has been a year since we lost Robin Williams to suicide. He was one of the greatest comedic talents of our modern age–from Good Morning Vietnam to Good Will Hunting to The Birdcage–he made us chuckle, snicker and sometimes cry. So many us feel like we knew Robin Williams. He just had that rare charisma and gentleness.
Still, he was an intensely personal and insular man. To honor his memory and bring greater awareness to Severe Depression, the illness from which I suffer, we dug up a nine-year old National Public Radio interview with Robin Williams.
The interview is funny, frantic and fantastic! However, I can feel the pain of Severe Depression in his tone and cadence. At thirty minutes into the interview, he discusses mental illness. I will leave up to your interpretation as to what you think of his answer to questions about mental illness. However, it’s clear to me, Robin Williams suffered with Severe Depression for a long, long time.
In honor of the great Robin Williams, please post the logo of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline on your FB page and other social media.
Remember suicide is 100% preventable.
Mental Health Justice. No Stigma. No Judgment. Everyone is welcome.