Model Ruslana Korshunova Blog Notes

June 30, 2008 By: michelle Category: Supermodel Diva

Yesterday it was a tragic day for the fashion community and for all of those that knew and loved Ruslana Korshunova.
Today more facts about her death are presented in the news. Ruslana didn’t let a suicide note but it looks like she has left some notes in the last months that make us think she was quite that happy as it would be expected.

It hurts if someone took a part of me, mercilessly tore it out, stomped all over it…threw it out. ( Jan 1)

If I am for others, then who is for me? And if I am for myself, then what am I for? ( Jan 30)

A girl once asked a guy, does he think she is cute. He said no. She asked, would he want to be with her forever, and he said no. Then she asked him, if I left, would you cry and his answer was no. She heard enough. She turned around, to leave, tears running down her face. The guy took her hand and said, “You are not cute, you are beautiful. I don’t want to be with you forever, I HAVE to. And I would not cry, if you left, I would die. (Mar 6)

I know what is it..I know why my other relationship didn’t work out..cos I’m unpredictable…why r u afraid of it..? (Mar 11)

Why, sooner or later, love will die. What is even worst is if it will end earlier for my partner than for me.
It really hurts when someone stops loving you but you continue to love.
(Mar 18)

Reading all these notes it makes me thing Ruslana wasn’t happy because of her emotional life. She was in love and she had her heart broken. She suffered because of love. Could this be the answer to her death?

Her boyfriend Mark Kaminsky seems to know nothing about Ruslana death plans: “She was doing good. She was one of the top models. She was happy with this.
Her ex-boyfriend Artem Perchenok believes Ruslana “gave up on herself“.

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9 Responses to “ Model Ruslana Korshunova Blog Notes ”

  1. # 1 Whynow Says:

    The law of gravity in New York is no different (I hope) from anywhere in the world:

    Ruslana Korshunova did not commit suicide.

  2. # 2 Thursday's Child Says:

    Whether Ruslana Korshunova killed herself or not remains to be seen. Deliberately throwing oneself off a balcony is not generally the method of choice.

    No one really wants to die. People only think of suicide when they feel they don’t have any other choice and most do not commit suicide in private where nobody knows. Telling is telling-revealing. Most talk about wanting to die, because they want someone to give them a way out other than death. Most people commit suicide because they’re in pain.


    The teenage years especially are times of emotional transition. There’s a lot of having to grow up all at once that takes place. Suddenly, there are more responsibilities. There’s high school and the thought of college. When we go to school as teens, there’s no longer the sameness of sitting in one classroom with the same kids and the same teacher everyday. Now, we have to race from class to class. Everything is different. And then there’s sex and that’s all confusing. I mean, not long ago we used to hate the opposite sex or at least we pretended to and now we’re not only supposed to be liking them, but maybe or maybe not getting parts of our body invaded by them and all of those other things that seemed so unthinkable when we first learned about the facts of life. Our bodies change. Our minds change. But we are all immature. We don’t know how to handle situations. We don’t even know how to handle the thoughts that go through our minds. We feel awkward about relationships. We don’t know what we feel. But in it all, there is an awful aloneness, no matter how popular we seem to be.

    Most of us can handle it. But some of us, a lot of us, can’t. Each of us has felt suicidal at some point in our teens and the ones who don’t are liars. We all cry. We each hurt. But most of us have friends that are there for us to help us through those times. Teens do kill themselves. It happens a lot more often than it should. It happens because no one was there with them at the right time to say just the right words. But it’s important to talk. It’s important to hold and to be held. It’s important to cry and let it all out. Things always change. The light at the end of the tunnel isn’t always an oncoming train. If you’re feeling suicidal, seek someone out. Sleep helps if you’re alone. You will feel better afterwards. And if you know a teen who’s talking about death, see if you can get his or her parents to help. Counseling is beneficial, but it isn’t a cure. Direction is. Give someone a reason to live and death becomes unthinkable. Joke with them. Make them laugh. Make them see something special in themselves.

  3. # 3 Jessica Says:

    If someone as beautiful as Ruslana gave up what hope do the ugly ones like me have

  4. # 4 blackdiamond Says:

    I never wanted to die as a teenager and I’m no liar. It came much much later when I truly loved for the first time. Life no longer makes sense when you’ve experienced it and lost the one you love. It becomes unbearable. You can be rich, young with an exciting life and exciting projects ahead, the pain and the suffering override all of this. No one can really make assumptions on what was going on in Ruslana’s mind and draw conclusions. It’d be far too simple.

    I completely agree with the statement ‘It happens because no one was there with them at the right time to say just the right words’. If I hadn’t called my best friend that afternoon, if he hadn’t said the right words, the balcony (this is true) was my choice to end the untolerable suffering I was going through. At the very moment I was about to do it, leaving a note was the last thing I had on my mind. I didn’t give a sxxxt anymore. It was a very violent and uncontrolable emotion.

  5. # 5 delly Says:

    for Jessica:God girl,don’t be silly!Life is not about being beautyfull,is just about the way you deal with the chances you get in life!I can bet that there are a lot of regular people happier than any supermodels or best actresses in Hollywood…
    I come from an Eastern Europen country and I always though that I am so poor and I have no chance in life…But in just 2 years my life changed and I didn’t sell my soul for this,I just got a chance and I did the right thing
    I also lost love,I thought it was the love of my life and nobody will make me forget about him but after I understood that somebody which lets you alone in pain is just not ‘THE ONE’.The one should be there for you,to wipe your tears and hold you in his arms!!
    I do agree that is an incontrolable emotion but is not worthed to waste your life for some d**k…Cheer up girls,is one for each of us!

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  7. # 7 Aracely Corpuz Says:

    That is craaaaaaaazy.

  8. # 8 Long hair model Says:

    She was so beautiful!
    I don’t understand? Why did she do it?

  9. # 9 kk Says:

    maybe she didnt feel as beautiful as some ppl say she is.. also. maybe she thought she wa snormal, regular.. and she didnt have what she wanted in life.. which were more important than being a top model these girls know more than anyone what goes behind the stage to make a show.. they r not bought into it a smuch.. i mean they r.. but they dont think of themselves that way,,,it doesnt mean someone has selfsteem…

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