Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington, 41, died in an apparent suicide on July 20 in Palos Verdes California. But his widow, Talinda Bennington will not stop where his life ended. In a video released by Talinda on Twitter, she wants everybody to know that depression has no face or mood and that everybody should be aware of one another. The video shows the frontman laughing while competing to taste what looked like an awful candy.

Talinda, captioned it saying, "This is what depression looked like to us just 36 hrs b4 his death.

He loved us SO much & we loved him." Sharing the video clip has opened doors to the Bennington household and how his widow is sharing what she considers as the most personal post she'll ever put on Twitter. The message clearly tells us how depression can be a sneaky villain that can take away lives regardless of how people deal with it.

Coping up on after Chester Bennington's death

When asked how Talinda is coping with the death of her husband, she responded saying she concentrates on taking care of their kids in every positive way she can. "I lost my soulmate and my children lost their hero – their Daddy. We had a fairytale life and now it has turned into some sick Shakespearean tragedy," she added.

Since the death of her husband, Talinda has constantly updated her social media accounts in hopes of being able to help others who suffer the same situation. The video is her strongest statement to date in her quest to let people know that depression doesn't have to portray a sad and gloomy life. Bennington's death came two months after his good friend Chris Cornell committed Suicide By Hanging.

Cornell's death brought so much depression to Chester, he could not finish singing the song "One More Night" in his memory.

Chester, Mike Shinoda, and the Linkin Park band

In an interview with Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda on LA radio station KROQ, he said: "His overall, the way he was, he was such a happy guy, he was such a fun guy.

When he'd walk into the room, there was such a positive, funny, upbeat energy, and that's what we wanna get out of this show." Performing their first ever concert since Chester's passing, Linkin Park's Mike said it's going to be full of emotion, but they will perform like they did before; celebrating life through their music.

Chester Bennington committed suicide by hanging himself on his property at the Palos Verdes Estates, California. He is survived by his six children, Jamie (21), Isaiah (19), Draven (15), Tyler Lee (11), and twins Lily and Lila (7).