|please check out this blog askmsmonroe , It's made to be like if Marilyn Monroe had her own tumblr. No fake quotes, etc. only based on her real interests. Also fans can ask questions about anything and get a factual response and feel like they are talking to the real Marilyn.|
|Hi Paul. Wow I love your blog. Marilyn is .. She is indescribable and I relate to her quotes so much. And you seem like such an amazing person too and I love your blog and just wanted to let you know that I find you and your blog insanely fascinating and wonderful. Have a good day love. <3|
Hi Abby !
Thank you very much. I don’t know what to say :)
Believe me I’m not very facinating ;)
|Hi Paul! Your blog is absolutely wonderful! I find Marilyn very inspirational and legendary because she faced tough times in her life but she was quite courageous and fought to keep her balance during those rough times. She was not only a beautiful face but a very talented actress with strong screen presence. Yours is a very lovely blog which pays tribute to a very lovely lady! Thank you:)|
this really made my day ! thank you very much for these kind words xx
|Hey, I love your blog! I think I might have accidentally asked this twice so sorry if I have, I'm just new to this haha. I've always wondered if Marilyn Monroe ever tried suicide though, after hearing some rumours she once tried. I just thought if anyone knew the truth it would be you so, do you know if she ever did? Thank-you for answering!|
(I’m in France right now so I don’t have all my sources with me to give you exact details about this matter)
However, yes she tried to kill herself a few times at different occasions, but luckily she was always saved. One of the earlier occasions I can think of right now was supposedly after Johnny Hyde died. She overdosed on some pills but was found by a friend. Others varied by year and reasoning. Near her death she used to overdose more often (accidently or on purpose? I don’t know I wasn’t there) and she was often depressed.
“This woman was desperate. She couldn’t sleep and said how terrible she felt about herself, how worthless she felt. She talked about being a waif, that she was ugly, that people were only nice to her for what they could get from her. She said life wasn’t worth living anymore.” – Danny Greenson, son of Dr. Greenson (Marilyn showed up at the Greenson’s home and his children didn’t know what to do with her. Dr Greenson and his wife, Hildy, were on a vacation in Rome)
She then used to call friends who wear dear to her and luckily they always realized that’s something was wrong so they rushed over and saved her. I would say she probably tried it 8 times, maybe more or less.
(You have to keep in mind that back then Physicians had been more likely to prescribe sleeping pills and tranquilizers than to look for the cause of Monroe’s sleeplessness and anxiety. They had continued to do so even after she attempted suicide several times)
I hope I could answer your question ;)