Today is a double whammy. Chris Cornell would have turned 55 and it’s Chester Bennington 2nd anniversary since he took his own life. Just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it isn’t there. To those people that have shown their solidarity by doing a simple thing like painting their nails black to show those individuals that are suffering with mental health and the families that have to endure it, with compassion we stand by you. There is help out there. You just have to take that first step. To Chris and Chester, your music will forever live on in your fans hearts R.I.P. you two. You are sorely missed.
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“You can’t be afraid of people willing to hurt you, cause if you fear life, then you will never live.” — Chester Bennington. DEPRESSION and ANXIETY is a real condition that can lead anyone to believe their life is not worth living anymore. Just cause you can’t see him doesn’t means he isn’t there. Depression is the only condition that lies to you and tells you that there is no way out. Depression is the only ailment that lies to you and tells you that people do not love you.
Depression is debilitating. Depression is the only physical ailment that you cannot see deteriorating someone. Depression can drive a person into the ground and no one would ever know. Depression will stop you and tell you you cannot get better. Depression is real and its painful. 2 years without you. Rip friend, every second you are missed.
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Chester was a phenomenal man, he is still a man with a family who loves him. A man who has written and sung songs that inspire people. To this day, my favorite song is New Divide. It gets me jumping and ready to take on so many different challenges. Suicide is not okay. Yes, I have been known to joke about wanting to die before. And yes, I have wanted to kill myself before. For somebody to want to completely end his life, they have to be in a miserable place. I have read and watched many interviews over the years about both LP and Chester. About how he has suffered through and battled with depression for most of his life.