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Robin Williams Wife Claims He Had Been Diagnosed with Parkinsons Disease [VIDEO]

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There are so many questions surrounding the death of Robin Williams.  People are learning more about depression and how such a beloved man could feel so desperate.  Today his wife made a public statement that while Williams was clean and sober, he was suffering early stages of Parkinson’s Disease, which only added to his depression and anxiety.

You can see the official statement from his wife below, from a report at CNN.com.  While it sheds additional light on this tragic story, it still leaves me wishing there as a way to reach out to those who are suffering from such issues to show them there is always another way to find peace.

 

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