Wednesday, January 23, 2008
It always takes a Heath Ledger to be understood on Loss and Depression
From Marilyn Monroe, River Phoenix to Anna Nicole Smith and now actor Heath Ledger's death has to serve as model on how someone's loss and depression to be talked about and given some attention.
It doesn't take a pathologist or histologist to go over toxicology reports' to rule out that such death's are not intentional. Neither does one's feeling of loss and depression can only be felt by the same very people who are experiencing it too.
When we tell the signs of our loss and depression through our actions but people are simply too uncaring or simply be ignored.
When you see the character of Heath, people would think he is strong, prominent and confident. Only then if you are real close and personal to the person will one understand his passion, his love, his challenges, yet his emptinesss, fear, loss and anger. After all, depression is all about our inner anger about the trauma that one has been through.
I hope that this tragic loss will once again reinforced about being misunderstood on one's asymptomatic disability.
May Heath Ledger rest in peace and may he find the peace and solice that due him all this time.
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