Saturday, June 24, 2017

Kansas City UMKC Kangaroo Shrink Helped Gay Chiefs Footballer Avert Suicide

A story of understanding and pro-athlete stereotypes turned upside down by way of a local mental health pro.

Take a look:

How A Kansas City Psychologist Revived Chiefs Lineman Ryan O'Callaghan's Will To Live

When the 6-foot, 7-inch, 330-pound Kansas City Chiefs offensive tackle first walked into her office, Susan Wilson suspected Ryan O'Callaghan's drug abuse had deeper roots than physical injury. In time, her suspicions would prove true. At first glance, O'Callaghan fit the bill of a chronically injured NFL player who became reliant on prescription pain medications to soothe his discomfort.

11 Comments:

Anonymous said...

I am sure she is very experienced at counseling queers if she was with UMKC.

Anonymous said...

The importance of this story is that the homosexual had an unrealistic self-perception and falsely believed that society would hate him if they knew his true sexual orientation.

He actually contemplated suicide because of this self-hatred. Until therapy, his mental condition went unaddressed. Similar situations occur with all manner of mental health disorders.

Byron Funkhouser said...

^^Complete bullshit.

Anonymous said...

As many queers as there are, one more doesn't matter. Byron is a queer nobody likes him anyway.

Anonymous said...

Byron Funkhouser = Complete Bullshit

Anonymous said...

Good for him.

Anonymous said...

Title should read

"UMKC shrink stands temporarily in the way of Natural Selection."

Anonymous said...

Umkc

Anonymous said...

What the hell is it with Missouri football and queers? Jesus, I hope the EPA is checking the water.

Anonymous said...

Yes you are

Anonymous said...

^^^^ Wheya is ize?