Posted Mon, March 17, 2014 12:41pm EDT

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Gerry

Posted at 8:59 PM on August 18, 2014  

Mick is my all favorite Rock Artist. I think we all sufferred with him on his loss of L’Wren. God bless you.

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Jasmine Jetson

Posted at 4:17 PM on April 4, 2014  

Die young and leave a beautiful corpse.

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Deanna

Posted at 1:09 AM on March 27, 2014  

She should have left any money she had, if any to someone who needs it. I say her sister, NOT Mick Jagger, period. Come on Mick, do the right thing. You all treated her sister like she was trailer park trash, including L’wren. L’wren was a WEAK person who had many, many ways out. Coward.

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E Stjernswärd

Posted at 3:38 AM on March 26, 2014  

A human falling in love with a God…
Also a human who’s start in life is being adopted, rejected/deprived of life’s most important love the first years; the unconditional love, will always have a black hole nobody can fill in their heart/soul. The feeling of Abandonment will colour many negative experiences in life, until the last breath. Seeking the love of a human godfigure must be the worst challenge – it is doomed to conditional. And reaching 50 without children or unconditional love could be a tipping point for any person no matter how successful, when facing depression. Financial problems is only today’s society’s superficial shallow explanation..The fundamentals for becoming a balanced person with sane selfesteem will allways begin with “motherly love” – now or in the time of the Greek myths. Maybe she was a goddess after all and couldn’t live with Zeus…

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Dalmio Borque

Posted at 8:28 AM on March 26, 2014  

What in the world are you on about?!?

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justsaying so chillout

Posted at 12:01 PM on March 27, 2014  

@Dalmio Borque LOL I mean really what is this guy on!!!!!

 
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Sue

Posted at 5:17 PM on March 28, 2014  

As John Lennon said, most births are a mistake. If one is abandoned (which isn’t always the case but rather a smart decision) then one is chosen when someone adopts someone and it is a conscious decision not an accident for not using birth control. You also don’t know when L’Wren was adopted–most likely it was before she was 6 months old so she had parental love during her first few years. I was adopted and there’s no feeling of abandonment that’s run through my life because my parents CHOSE ME at the adoption agency. You have a very negative and tunnel vision view of adoption and parental love. Heck, people love their pets like they are family members and they aren’t even human! Biological parents abuse their kids…everyone isn’t affected in the same way.

“Motherly love” is the love of a mother whether biological or the adoptive mother. If L’Wren wanted children she could have adopted one herself. She could have left Mick. She had choices, and unfortunately and sadly, she was not strong enough to live to make more choices. No one will ever know what was going through someone’s mind at the moment before they commit suicide.

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d

Posted at 1:41 AM on March 21, 2014  

Hello? She was in DEBT people….why does the entire world want to blame this on someone? Like her boyfriend WAKE THE F up!…its not her famous boyfriend, its Micheal Jackson, its many people who cannot cope with this limelight that elevates then destroys lives. She was simply in Debt and too afraid to admit failure

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kate

Posted at 5:12 PM on March 18, 2014  

People don’t just get depressed and end their life that day ,she had probably been a tortured soul for many years and for most people mental illness is a shameful thing “wrong”, its incredibly common and theres always help so take the first step and tell someone today .

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DE

Posted at 5:31 PM on March 28, 2014  

You have no idea if she had any kind of long-standing mental illness or if she ever exhibited signs of one. Not everyone who commits suicide has a mental health history, and it can be sudden to want to kill yourself. An example are the men who kill themselves when there are stock market crashes: they were successful, made tons of money, and then they lost so much and killed themselves over that and that alone–no mental illness. So you are incorrect. We have impulses–impulsive moments–and if one has built up frustration enough and gets themselves worked up about it they may simply just act on impulse or make the decision in a short time.

A person I know once got unhappy suddenly and cut her wrist with a razor to get attention. When the attention didn’t come she got even more upset and felt abandoned and uncared for. So she planned her suicide, and then she really got attention by doing that. There may have been a sense of, “Now I’ll get your attention!” and to hurt those who hadn’t given her the attention she wanted. There are short-term depressions that are a little more serious than just having “the blues” but not everyone has a history of depression. The person I knew was a determined, ambitious kind of person, and she could not talk herself out of it once she made up her mind. Someone like me who broods would be too busy lying on the couch thinking and be lazy about it.

But nobody can be blamed for someone else’s suicide because we don’t know how people will react to things, and plenty of people go through horrible things in their lives and don’t kill themselves. We can’t save everybody. You don’t know if someone is just crying “Wolf!” or not because people do cry “Wolf!” when there’s no wolf. It is ultimately up to us to save ourselves, and hopefully we reach out to the right people…doctors, whomever.

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Kate

Posted at 6:03 PM on March 28, 2014  

Seriously you need to get out more my dear you’re reading too much into this ,you should go on Doctor Phils show and have a good old gab with him

 
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