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We can't imagine how hard it is for those involved with Glee to cope with Cory Monteith's sudden death. And while many have spoken out in regard to his p… Read more…

6 comments to “Cory Monteith's Hopeful & Heartbreaking Final Conversation With Ryan Murphy”

  1. Sally says – reply to this


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    That is actually heartbreaking :(

  2. RIP says – reply to this


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    Re: Sally – I was just going to say the same thing. Its so heartbreaking that he really indeed wanted to get help and get well and He tried so hard and had so much support, it's so sad his demons won. The world lost a really great person for sure.

    RIP Cory, u will be missed



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  4. karina says – reply to this


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    Heartbreaking! He tried so hard and now he is gone. so sad! I have seen his perfomance(like 6 times today) with the song I´ll stand by you and I cried a lot ! His death is so different to many Hollywood celebrities (using drugs since he was a child. seems like fame and success helped him to stay clean for a while, he did not want to disappoint anyone).. He wanted to get better! He worked so hard!

    Im still missing you Cory.
    I dont know if its right but thanks for write this little things ..when you post about Cory I feel like he is alive.. I dont want to forget him… and I know I will never forget him!

    Rest in peace Cory!

  5. Lucy says – reply to this


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    Its not that he couldn't win this battle. He could've but he wasn't doing that intervention for himself..he did it for everyone else. Its not that he didn't want to get sober. He did but he felt he could handle it his own way and the truth is is that he was dabbling and he thought he could dabble in drugs and no one would know. Hell, when you do drugs you become a world class liar! Not only to everyone around you but even to yourself.
    There is so much pressure to come out and say I had a problem and now Im over it and helping others. But the truth is he wasn't over it and he couldn't accept that. He was in denial. For him to accept that he wasn't working a stronger recovery to overcome his addiction is what couldve saved his life.
    I think he shot to fame at a time when he was still very vulnerable to relapse. Just because you are abstinent for a period of time does not mean you are "cured" . There is much emotional recovery that needs to follow every day.
    Like everyone else, I truly mourn the loss of this great young man who had a heart of gold. It is such a loss and sadly if society does not sit up and realize that we are all part of the problem then we are going to see more beloved celebrities, friends, loved ones lost to the very complex sickness that is addiction.

  6. Sierra says – reply to this


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    I miss him</3
    Glee marathon in memory of him. Crying )':