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.