Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by Hoofbite, Jul 31, 2011.
Just caught the tail end of a press conference where he was talking about it.
The guy has more problems than that.
All WRs do
That's very unfortunate.
That announcement was friggin' awkward.
It does paint him in a different light than I had figured for him before, however. Seems like a decent dood...just can't control himself I guess.
Wow.... That's not good. I wonder why they would announce that?
At some points, it almost seemed like his wife put him up to it.
He's got some crazy stuff going on in his personal life for sure! When a married couple is pulling knives in an argument, there is something seriously wrong. And he has an ex-girlfriend that says he pulled a knife on her and stalked them when they left the ER after she got stitched up.
It actually goes to explain as to why he acts like a ******bag all the time:
If they think he has this then he is medicated and hopefully the medication works. He also more than likely had some awful things happen to him when he was a kid.
I completely view him differently and in a better way knowing this. Its widely acknowledged he is a head case.
Meds aren't very effective forBPD
Unfortunately not much of anything helps. One form of therapy works best but its nothing to brag about.
Hasn't Marshall been like stabbed two or three different times, and each time following he told the police it was nothing.
Totally believable. But in the end cause isn't what matters.
Only when trying to judge the past and even then i do not necessarily agree. In approach to dealing with him in the future, it makes all the difference in the world.
This is one of the toughest mental disorder to treat. You can never satisfy the person and he/she is always looking for your acceptance. Person with this disorder can become violent if they feel that you are not given them the answers that they want. Meds. help a little.
Oh, look, a doctor's excuse for acting like an idiot and a jerk. I'll take two please!
Oh ok...does that mean he has a license to act even dumber now?
Another invented affliction to excuse bad behavior.
That's tough... I hope he can get some help.
I agree. Sometimes you have to accept some things as being medically and socially inflicted.
In any case, it's not an excuse, it's a diagnosis for those who care to listen.
Others can look down their noses.