Can't believe it has been a year already....

@celticeagle (118678)
Boise, Idaho
August 9, 2015 4:53pm CST
since Robin Williams was found dead in his step son's bedroom having hung himself. His death came as enough of a shock, but suicide? Ugly. He was such a genius and the world loved him. I was watching a episode of Autopsy: The Last Hours....... on Reelz channel. It walks you through a bit of his life and what leads up to their death. I have seen ones on Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley. The doctor who does the autopsy has had twenty five years in doing these and it is interesting to learn about the drug reactions and body functioning. In this one the doctor said his liver was not badly scarred after Robin's alcohol use. He knew of the disease he had just announced to the world. Parkinson's. And that Robin had been taking treatment for this for several years although, if I remember correctly Robin had just announced this to the world. But, the sad thing that the doctor found was that Robin may have been misdiagnosed. He found that he had a form of dementia. This would make Robin confused and have paranoid thinking. This is what he feels actually killed Robin. So sad. Always makes me wonder what the later years of his life would have been like and what he would have graced the public with if he had lived. Your thoughts.
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• Philippines
10 Aug 15
Some people have talent to make us laugh but has a great trouble making themselves happy. Besides, He had depression for years which he struggles getting consistent help since he gets lazy going to theraphy.
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• Philippines
13 Aug 15
@celticeagle I feel sad for these comedians who can't make themselves happy while they make us laugh all or most of the time. I'd wished before that more could have been done for Robert Williams, he didn't deserve to die like that for some one who made us laugh for years. have a nice day
@flowerchilde (12518)
• United States
11 Aug 15
I was very saddened to hear the news.. I can't believe it's been a year! I find it doubly sad to think of a comedian being so saddened as he was.. And it is disturbing that he was possibly misdiagnosed, which I'm sure didn't help anything..
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@celticeagle (118678)
• Boise, Idaho
12 Aug 15
I think the type of dementia he had is what made him feel as he did. The doctor said it was easy to misdiagnose this. That is sad. Same as what happened to my dad. His cancer was misdiagnosed.