Angela Lee opens up about her mental health: “Some days are good, some are tough, but each day I choose to keep fighting.”
Mental Health Awareness
Naomi Girma pens a letter to Katie Meyer: “There are friends, and then there are true friends. Katie Meyer was a true friend, in every sense of the word.”
Crystal Bradford isn’t giving up: “I still believe I can have a successful career in the W. I’m not there yet, but I’m finally close to where I want to be.”
With two taps to the head, former NBA star Darius Miles left his stamp on the game of basketball forever. Toward the end of his career, life off the court began to take a serious toll. Listen in to Darius’s story and hear how he built the castle back up.
On this episode, hear about how Luke now plays with a new freedom, knowing that he can be who he is — on and off the ice.
Beth King played soccer at the collegiate level, but ultimately joined the military for her career. Through the Wounded Warrior Project, Beth was able to turn her longtime passion for sports into a way to cope with her trauma.
On this episode of Blindsided, Dr. Diane asks Corey the questions. We learn about the complexities of OCD, what life was like for him before his diagnosis, and how difficult finding the right help was.
For most of his racing career, Cody Ware kept his trauma hidden within the narrow confines of the race track.
John Wall shares his story: “I was this close to taking my own life. That’s a hard thing to tell the world. But if you can say one thing about me, it’s that I’ve always been real, and that’s not going to change today.”
Everson Griffen was an energetic force on the Vikings defensive line for 10 years ... But off the field, he’d been running from something for a long time.
Living with depression is an everyday battle, and to Eddie, opening up about his struggles is just the beginning.
Tarik Cohen pens a letter to his younger self: “It’s almost like, for you, nothing can just be easy and work out and make everyone happy.”
On this episode of Blindsided, we welcome Kurt Warner.
Molly Bartrip opens up about her battle with anorexia nervosa, depression and anxiety: “I wasn’t just ruining my mind, I was ruining my body.”
On this episode of Blindsided we welcome Nate Boyer.
NBA trainer Rob McClanaghan opens up about almost taking his own life.
Steve Francis gets real: “The truth is, I've dealt with depression. I’ve dealt with anxiety. I’ve tried to solve my problems with the bottle.”
On our very first episode of Blindsided, we welcome Clint Malarchuk.
Colin Wilson opens up: “When I shared my story here last year, I was holding something back.”
As Black women, there’s so much pressure on us to be everything to everyone.
I needed to figure out who I was and who I wanted to be.
Sometimes I feel like no matter what I say next, it’s impossible for people to understand how I really feel.
Kevin Love continues his work in mental health advocacy by joining psychologist Dr. Michelle Craske and UCLA student athletes for a mental health discussion.
Mental health, and what we know about it, is evolving and so must the ways we treat it.