Marc and E discuss suicide
Mark Oliver Everett: [My sister] tried to kill herself many times over the years-
Marc Maron: For real. Not, like, cry for help stuff or-
E: Y'know it was always hard to tell, but then when someone does it for real it's just "they mean it", you know?
Maron: God, it's just so fucking... horrifying...
Maron: Like, I don't.- my father's bipolar and used to threaten it a lot...
Maron: But never really... It gets to a point where sadly with people who are like that where you're like "Alright. Well get on with it."
E: And like I know what you're saying. And people that haven't been in this situation are kind of aghast to hear that kind of thing, but that's just cause they're amateurs that haven't been through this, y'know?
Maron: Right! It's because knowing that you can't help them and nothing you can do other than eventually sort of detach and go "I don't know, you're gonna do it or you're not". I'm not defying [sic? daring?] you to do it, but I don't know how to help you.
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