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For some with depression, Robin Williams' death resonates deeply




NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 10:  Actor Robin Williams attends the Broadway opening night of
NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 10: Actor Robin Williams attends the Broadway opening night of "Catch Me If You Can" at the Neil Simon Theatre on April 10, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Robin Williams
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Robin Williams' death this week has spurred grief among millions who have enjoyed his comic genius over the decades. But for some suffering from depression, the tragedy resonates on a much deeper level.

Molly Pohlig is one of those individuals. She was first diagnosed with depression at the age of twelve, and she wrote a response to Williams's apparent suicide this week for Slate magazine titled, "When the Illness You Live With Becomes Breaking News." She joined Take Two on Wednesday to talk about it.