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After the death of his father: Says stop

today is six years since the popular actor Robin Williams passed away. In this context, shared his daughter, Zelda Williams, yesterday, an emotional message on her Instagram profile that she will stay away from Instagram.

'tomorrow is father's death. As always, I will not be here,' she writes in her Instagram history.

She explains that on ordinary days, can be hard for her, having to receive the entire world's grief over her father.

'Some days, it feels as if I have a monument in the side of the road - a place, not a person - how people can drive past and leave their emotions,' writes Zelda Williams on.

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'It leaves me emotionally buried under a pile of someone else's memories instead of my own,' she writes to continue, but stresses at the same time, she is deeply concerned about the great continuing love for her father.

'tomorrow, is it simply just too much,' she writes in her Instagram history.

She ends by calling all who are in crisis to reach out for help.

Robin Williams was 63 years old. He had a successful career behind him, and is, among other things, known for roles in films such as 'Dead poeters klub' and 'Mrs. Doubtfire'.

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