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You have probably heard the news, and I'm a little shocked myself but... not? I know it goes on, the happiest looking people are actually the most depressed... but for Robin to actually feel that much despair is somewhat heartbreaking.

Of course life is hard, but there is always something to look forward to. He has a loving family, it much have been horrible for him or whatever thought process he had when he did it. That is even if he did commit suicide. I don't quite know what to think really, of course I get upset at the news all the time with war and everything going on.
Yes I have cried at the news several times so no one can accuse me of only caring for famous people, I care for the innocent and kindhearted people.

What really saddened me and will probably bother me (obscure as it is) is that he won't be able to play the next Zelda games and they look really good...

It really does upset me knowing the pain in the world, but I'd hate to be ignorant as that would be weakness. And my heart really does go out to anyone who's suffering, if I know them or not. I'll just try my best to keep those who are close to me as happy as I can as I can actually help them.

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  1. J Jay's Avatar
    NB: This is NOT my personal experience, but one I have been told by someone I trust.

    All to often, this is the life of a manic-depressive. It really doesn't matter what's going on on "the outside", every event can and will be perceived in a way to make a person even more convinced of their loneliness and worthlessness. Add alcohol and other drugs to exacerbate those feelings and this is the unfortunate result.

    If you want to take a "lighter" look at this, the manga/anime Watamote would be a good place to start. The author quite clearly has spent a lot of time with a depression sufferer which shows in the way the main character twists every social situation to her own loss.
  2. TwinLukes's Avatar
    It's really a shame, with Kingdom hearts III in production, I was hoping we would be able to lend his voice to them one last time... he was such a funny actor, and cheery too, it frightens me to think how serious his pain was to actually be driven to that end...
  3. Erza Scarlet's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by J Jay
    NB: This is NOT my personal experience, but one I have been told by someone I trust.

    All to often, this is the life of a manic-depressive. It really doesn't matter what's going on on "the outside", every event can and will be perceived in a way to make a person even more convinced of their loneliness and worthlessness. Add alcohol and other drugs to exacerbate those feelings and this is the unfortunate result.

    If you want to take a "lighter" look at this, the manga/anime Watamote would be a good place to start. The author quite clearly has spent a lot of time with a depression sufferer which shows in the way the main character twists every social situation to her own loss.
    I'll give that anime/manga a try once I've finished the ones I'm currently watching, it sounds quite interesting!

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