Robin Williams’ wife finally shares the reason why he took his own life. “He told me one day: I can no longer..

Though Robin had his issues, Susan was always there for her husband, and the couple were very open with each other. They often discussed their successes, setbacks, and biggest fears; their friendship and love grew stronger with each passing year. Unfortunately, Susan did not have all the facts on the table, and did not fully understand why her soulmate was struggling. In many ways, Susan was powerless, but during Robin’s last months, the couple still managed to share some bright and beautiful moments. In her first interview since her husband passed, Robin’s widow decided to speak up and tell the public about what really killed her husband. “Lewy body dementia killed Robin. It’s what what took his life. Depression was a small piece of the pie of what was going on… really, what was overriding that more than depression was anxiety. And the anxiety was huge,” she said. Doctors described how the late actor must have been going through hell during the last months of his life. His form of Lewy body dementia was one of the most devastating cases doctors had ever seen. Lewy body dementia is a devastating illness. It’s a killer. It is fast, it’s progressive,” Dr. Bruce Miller, director Memory and Aging at the University of California San Francisco, told Today. When she finally learned about her husband’s condition, Susan was able to put together many missing pieces and better understand why Robin acted as he did. “I was relieved it had a name. Robin and I had gone through this experience together, really being chased by an invisible monster. And it was like whack-a-mole with the symptoms. I left there with a name of the disease, the thing that Robin and I had been searching for,” she said.

Robin Williams cause of death – On August 11, 2014, Robin Williams was found dead in his bedroom at his house in Paradise Cay, California. The cause of death was asphyxia by hanging, according to the Marin County Sheriff’s Office. In 2015, tears flooded down Susan’s cheeks as she recalled her last conversation with her husband during an emotional interview. A week before his death, Robin planned to check into a facility for neurocognitive testing. On the evening before his death, Robin asked Susan if she wanted a foot massage. Susan, of course, couldn’t have anticipated what was about to happen and declined the offer. She’ll never forget his gaze and sad eyes. Then he left. He came back into the room a couple of times and said, “Good night, my love,” to which Susan replied, “Good night, my love.” Robin Williams funeral It’s unclear if Robin’s family held a private funeral for him, but we do know that his body was cremated at Monte’s Chapel of the Hills in San Anselmo. On August 21, his ashes were scattered over San Francisco Bay. The actor had lived in the area for almost 50 years and loved the place; it was there he felt most at peace. It’s always sad when somebody takes their life. Sometimes I understand why, although I think people should never go that far. It’s a shame no one knew what was exactly was happening to Robin. He was one of the greatest actors and comedians ever, but more important he was a great person!