Brandon Marshall | My Story
His first few years in the league, Brandon felt like he was constantly in the wrong place at the wrong time. He felt like a victim of his circumstance, living on a “slippery slope” of negativity.
Through McClean Hospital, Brandon would eventually be diagnosed with depression and borderline personality disorder. He sought treatment, and let God into his life.
Studies show that nearly 10% of the US population suffer from depression at any given time. Now, Brandon identifies as a “goofball” and he is full of purpose, love, and joy.
If you or someone you know suffers from any form of mental illness, and you are looking for information and help, the following links provide some available resources to assist you:
– Anxiety and Depression Association of America
– Rock Church Care & Counseling
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