NFL Wide Receiver Becomes High-Profile Advocate For Mental Healthcare.

The Pittsburgh (PA) Post-Gazette (4/12, Smydo) reported that at a “gathering of mental health advocates,” New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall discussed his struggle with mental illness and how he “pursued treatment for his borderline personality disorder, which is characterized by emotional instability.” Now Marshall has become “a high-profile advocate for mental health care and ending the stigma around mental illness.”

Related Links:

— “NFL player Brandon Marshall speaks out on tackling stigma of mental illness,”Joe Smydo, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 12, 2015.

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