Psychological Problems of Celebrities: Abraham Lincoln

Psychological Problems of Celebrities: Abraham Lincoln

He was the sixteenth president of the United States and a leader of the North during the American Civil War and a strong supporter of the abolition of slavery. Although in many ways he was a strong political leader in private life, he was a man with suicidal thoughts.

At that time, this state was called melancholy and was not given as much attention as it is today. This condition would be described by today’s doctors as clinical depression. On the other hand, it is understandable because he lost his mother at a young age and his condition became worse when his two sons died.
One day he was even spotted wandering through the forest with a gun in his hand. they say he wanted to follow a dead friend. Eventually he died a tragic death when one of the South fanatics shot him from behind at the Ford Theater, where he was with his wife.


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