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Logic Tells People Dealing With Survivor’s Guilt To ‘Keep Going’

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Rapper Logic had some thoughts regarding survivor’s guilt after two Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting survivors and the father of a Sandy Hook shooting victim committed suicide last week.

“There’s a light at the end of the tunnel that you sometimes can’t see. I’ve been there, man and it’s really hard to deal with,” Logic told a TMZ reporter Tuesday night. (RELATED: Second Parkland Shooting Survivor Dies In ‘Apparent Suicide’)

Logic continued, “Just imagine you know you’re completely in darkness … and giving someone advice who is in that place is also extremely difficult, but just keep going. Like, you have to keep going and surround yourself with, you know, positivity and love, even if you feel like you’re all alone. Like, go make friends. Go do what you love in life.”

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Logic is a well-known advocate of suicide prevention even coming out with his hit song “1-800-273-8255,” which discusses the topic of suicide.

The name of the song is the number for the Suicide Prevention Hotline. Logic performed the song at the 2018 Grammy Awards. After his performance, the hotline said the number of calls they received tripled, according to TMZ.