There are two schools of thought here . . .
Many adults deal with tragedy by way of working to understanding complex human emotions and struggling through the stages of grief in hopes that denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance will ultimately bring about enlightenment.
Meanwhile, your dad
suppresses his emotions, shrugs his shoulders and gets on with his life as best as he can.
Right now we take a peek at how Kansas City's favorite baller is coping with his recent loss . . .
Also, the superstar straying from sports interview clichés might not be a good sign given that mainstream media distractions might have played a part in his defeat . . .
“I’m still not over it,” Mahomes said in a sideline interview during Sunday's NFL Pro-Bowl. “I don’t think I’ll be over it until we’re playing in another Super Bowl. I’ll have to use that as motivation going forward. We have to go through the process again."
It was Mahomes' first appearance in the Pro-Bowl since his first year as a starter for the Chiefs.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) --- Many in Kansas City are struggling a week later to get over last Sunday's loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship game. That includes the franchise quarterback. "I'm still not over it," Mahomes said in a sideline interview during Sunday's NFL Pro-Bowl.