There are few platforms as powerful as those belonging to athletes. To that end, we have collected together the stories about mental health that players have written for TPT. In putting all this content in one place, our goal is to help reduce social stigma, drive awareness and inspire change. Here's to feeling a little less alone.
Stanley Cup champion Daniel Carcillo and UFC champion Cris Cyborg sit down to discuss the life-threatening impact of a career spent fighting.
I don’t want to die. But, you know, nothing is for certain. And I’m tired of keeping quiet. So for whatever it’s worth … here goes.
I don’t want someone else to be in this position. You have a lot more years to live after professional sports.
I was living in darkness. That’s the only way I can describe it. Pure darkness. Like nothing good could possibly happen in my life.
It was my second day in the mental institution, and I was suffering from paranoid delusions and shivering in the fetal position.
I wanted to die. I know it’s shocking to hear, but these are thoughts I’ve been living with for 20-something years.
On this episode of The Rematch, Chamique shares her story of redemption, and explains the dangers of denying yourself peace of mind.
The 11-year NBA veteran had just re-signed with the Boston Celtics when a chance encounter sent his world spiraling out of control.
The Cleveland Cavaliers teammates sat down to discuss mental health, friendship, basketball and what it means to "act like a man."
How I ended up as a 47 year-old man with a bullet in his head and bag full of prescription medications may go all the way back to my...