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Ok so some one posted this out there. It does look to be from Brian Maurer's Instagram account. Boy if this is true my thoughts and prayers are with this young man. Do what's best for you. If true, wow. Football is a game and while I love it, it doesn't take precedent over solid mental health. I hope Brian works through any issues he's having. 

 

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Mental illness is nothing to mess with.  I do not understand it but know some people very well that suffer from it and even some that have lost the battle.  The best you can do is encourage them to get help and be there for them.  I hope Brian gets the help he needs and I know the whole big orange family is behind him.

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Apparently this hit ESPN

 

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Tennessee QB Brian Maurer, who says he has struggled with depression and anxiety since the seventh grade, shared that he had planned to kill himself earlier this year. He told ESPN that he decided to share his story to help others living with depression.
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I've told y'all about this already, it's the problem nobody's talking about. These kids and teenagers are recieving so many paradigm shifting mixed messages. They're raised and live their young lives with rules, do's and don't do's, mannerisms and belief systems, imprinted by their parents. Then to discover radical liberalism, and then to hear somebody say that everything they've come to  believe in is wrong. Eating meat is wrong, having a dog is wrong. Get away from your parents as soon as you can so you don't have to live by their rules anymore. Worship some diety? You better shut your mouth.

 Or their parents were wrong, the way they were raised was wrong. Their values are wrong, ambitions, wrong. They can't do anything right.

 These kids are beat over the head with it, and that's a hell of a thing to lay off on youngsters that have a lot of living left to do. Having never done wrong todays kids are having guilt thrust upon them by orders of magnitude. They see it on TV, the computer, they can't get away from it. It's like nothing I ever went through as a teenager. Highschool, college, the worst places for it. Internet sites, social media. There's too many whack-jobs out there, and now trending to a vocal majority they have a platform to launch their fascist septic nipple. 

 Suicide among teenagers and young adults is manifest. So is self mutilation, castration and self-harming. You don't hear about it, but it's going on and more commonly than you think.

  Maurer? I wouldn't be suprised. And if so then it's past time people became aware. Phuck the news, they're a day late and a dollar short. Select a high school kid and presuade them to come clean about self mutilation, friends and girls. Scary answers.

 

 

 

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Sure doesn't help that higher education has become about social experimenting, indoctrination of social agendas than about academia and skills learning and how to apply those skills. 

 

But your post was right on. It's totally scary. I would hate to be a kid growing up in this day and age. 

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