Stories about Robin Williams dies

Do you need a ‘reason’ to be depressed?

‘An unemployed man, tired of the financial crises, hangs himself to death.’ ‘A woman takes her own life before killing her children due to conflicts and problems at home’. ‘A jilted lover shoots himself in front of the girl he wants to marry.’ The lack of awareness about mood disturbances, including depression, are obvious by the kind of media coverage of the incidents of suicide, which often broadly and superficially look at the obvious external stressors and fail to highlight it as a mental health issue that can affect even those who apparently may not have any external social or/and financial stressors. The recent ...

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Our favourite Robin Williams moments!

“You’re only given a little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it” – Robin Williams There is something to be said about talent, when it goes beyond distance, time and borders; when it is so powerful that it gives you goose bumps and makes your tummy hurt because you have laughed too hard.  For those of us who were fortunate enough to grow up watching up his movies, the death of Robin Williams has been the death of so many characters very close to our hearts. Such was his magic and his madness! He said, “I love kids, but they are a tough audience.” I don’t think ...

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What I learnt from Robin Williams

Robin Williams- when I hear that name I think of my childhood. Watching Robin portray amazing characters like in the film Jack, a young soul trapped in an old man’s body or being stuck in a board game in the movie Jumanji. When you watched him on the screen, it did not feel like you were watching a comedy legend, it felt like you were watching a kid, just like yourself, going through these extraordinary obstacles. He was never an old man trying to act young in a family comedy film, like most of the actors you see nowadays. He owned every ...

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