Transcript for Robin Williams' Widow Speaks Out on His Suicide
Don't ever say I can't do this anymore I don't want to live anymore no not even know. Now. I mean he was sick and tired of what was going on absolutely. You know when he only got the parkinson's diagnosis. You know. I mean one sense it was like. This is that this is. What we've been we've been chasing something now we found it and we felt a sense of release in relief but also like pound chaos what does this mean that. Do you ever blame yourself do you ever think if I only had done some sadness. To hover crafts not for 12. Not for 12. I know we did everything we can it. You know any people of fourth in passing what compensated. From their own grief they would see in me. I wish I had done something more for him if only I'd call him and thinking. It. Nolan. Kristen anything more from office. I just want everyone to know and and nobody. No one. Everyone did the very best they could. This did this disease is like a sea monster with fifty tentacles of symptoms show when they want. It's chemical or for in the brain and we can't find until someone dies. Definitively. There's no cure.
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