The dude had just been diagnosed with Parkinson's. So in addition to old age in general messing with his hyperactive comedy style, he had that to look forward to, too. His career was about to be halted.
please explain how it takes more courage to kill yourself then to go out and overcome the things dragging you down
I met a girl in 2008. We fell in love in three days. We moved in together in 8 days. We lived together for almost 7 years. We went through many adventures and trials, including her getting cancer and overcoming it. On Easter of this year, out of fucking nowhere, she left me for a guy twice her age, he was married with 4 kids. She dropped off the face of the earth. True story.
I never thought about killing myself, not even once. All I did was seek to use this situation to better myself, and I have done so.
>please explain how it takes more courage to kill yourself then to go out and overcome the things dragging you down
You can go out and overcome things just by continuing to live. Suicide is the ultimate decision that takes far more effort and resolution
>I never thought about killing myself, not even once.
Well no shit, you'd have to be fucking retarded to off yourself over a whore. Also that whore was technically your wife.
>suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem
you say he is a coward. you are ether dealing with someone you lost or you are baiting. when robin Williams died, i watched patch adams for the first time in years. November 2nd i lost my best friend. he was faceing a courts marshal. he made a fucking stupid decision. its been a shitty 2 months.i go by his room and talk to him through his door like hes going to open it and bullshit with me. people dont want to die. but people feel traped, lost and hopeless. if you think thats cowardly, fuck you.