Susan Schneider Williams spoke out about Robin!

Susan Schneider Williams, the widow of Robin Williams, learned the real truth about his illness after his suicide.

Jul 25, 2022 - 11:52
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Susan Schneider Williams spoke out about Robin!

All of us were shocked when Robin Williams committed suicide at the age of 63. The actor, who for years made millions of fans happy privately struggled with a serious illness, and his wife Susan Schneider Williams found out the real truth after his death. Precisely because he always seemed like a cheerful person, the public speculated what made the actor, who was loved by many,to commit suicide. His wife admitted that the reason was hidden in the so-called 'ghost disease', or what we can call dementia of Lewi's body.

Susan discovered that his illness was particularly terrible because of one symptom that was not properly recognized and therefore not properly treated. Robin was wrongly diagnosed with Parkinson's disease based on numerous physical and neurodegenerative symptoms, and the real truth came to light only after the autopsy. The doctors with whom Susan spoke said that it was one of the worst diseases they had encountered in their lives.

Suicide may be the official cause of the famous actor's death, his wife is convinced that his illness, which began to worsen in October 2013, just in time for their second wedding anniversary, forced him to take this desperate step. 'He struggled with seemingly unrelated symptoms such as constipation, difficulty urinating, insomnia, impaired sense of smell, and extreme stress when new symptoms such as gut discomfort, fear, depression, anxiety, speech difficulties, cognitive problems, and difficulty walking, and they all came and went throughout the year,' Susan revealed.

A symptom that Susan previously mentioned and pointed out as particularly terrifying is the complete lack of connection with reality, and as she claims, Robin was constantly caught in the vortex of his obsessions and fixations with things that were not real.  

'Your brain is actually creating a story about what you think is reality, and the people around you are unable to bring you back to reality. This feeling is terrible for the patient and the person who takes care of him. You feel terribly powerless when you realize that nothing you say or do can bring a person back to reality,' said Susan, explaining that sometimes it took him days to separate fiction from reality. 'It's like setting your worst fear on fire and letting everything burn in front of you,' she concluded.

Post By: Vanessa F.