Sylvester Stallone: ‘Grief Is Like A Virus’. The American actor, filmmaker, screenwriter and film director, known most of all for his role in Rambo.The star breaks down as he remembers the death of his son and had said he grief is the same as a “virus that keeps coming back”.
Thirty six year old sage Stallone had been found dead at his home in Hollywood on July 12, 2012. The tragedy was to unbearable for Stallone to handle, and does go on to say that he is still consumed with much grief after four months of his son’s death.
He tells Britain’s Hello! magazine,
“I fall to pieces from time to time. You just do. It’s a cycle you just have to deal with, like a virus that keeps coming back.
“You go through this time of thinking, ‘It’s really horrible’, then you come out at the other end and realize there’s not much you can do about it and you forgive yourself… Then you go through another cycle where you don’t forgive yourself, then you get over it again… It’s just an ongoing thing. And I don’t think it ever goes away.”