Brandon Marshall Wife

August 1, 2011 by Post Team 

Brandon Marshall WifeBrandon Marshall Wife, For 14 seconds of silence, the Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall took the podium in the wet and windless behind the construction of the Dolphins in Davie, as if he was not expecting the questions, but wait for the form right to say what he had to say.

It was an appropriate start for an unusual 30-minute session during which the media Marshall, between long pauses, said he has been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder. He believes BPD to be the cause of many personal and professional bursts that have shaped the public image of a Pro Bowler, as concerned as he has talent.

Marshall said he wants to publicize their own BPD to raise awareness.

“The longer that BPD, borderline personality disorder, is not the worse it gets as you all have seen my public life,” Marshall said. “I would have thrown away my career, and had a good chance of my life. I’m still suffering the consequences of this. Another reason why I am so passionate is because I can lose my wife and I still hurt. I am a very passionate.

According to the website of the Mayo Clinic, “borderline personality disorder [BPD] is an emotional disorder that causes emotional instability, which leads to stress and other problems. With Borderline Personality Disorder of the self-image is distorted, what you feel worthless and fundamentally flawed. His anger, impulsivity and frequent mood swings may push others, despite the desire loving relationships. ”

Marshall said he believes his BPD kicked largely after his rookie season, 2006, after what he called “traumatic relationships with family members and a past relationship.”

Although Marshall declined to be more specific, that is all the time he was shot and his good friend Marshall teammate, Denver Broncos cornerback Darrant Williams, New Year’s Day 2007 at a nightclub in Denver. According to witnesses – including Marshall – the events that led to the shooting involving several disputes between gangs shooter sentenced Willie Clark and Marshall, and some said, Marshall’s cousin, Blair Clark.

“It became a point where I thought that’s what I was,” said Marshall. “My wife says, ‘I want my old Brandon.” I used to tell me that I am affection, I’m not there emotionally and I never understood that. ”

Marshall listed his individual achievements in the NFL and the possessions of the main materials that come from being one of the highest-paid players in the NFL, then said: “I have enjoyed some of it.”

He was diagnosed this spring at the McLean Hospital in Boston after recognizing something was wrong with the 2010 season, his first with the Dolphins.

“I would like to thank the Dolphins the way I was handled very professional and made me feel like family, because it keeps many of our problems at home,” said Marshall. “As I said, there are a lot of validity behind how I felt, and my actions and my behavior was inappropriate at times. There were many conflicts with the coaches and myself and the way he handled was inappropriate and reacts to a great excitement. There is a day that had every right to be [labeled], and I just exploded and told everyone how I felt. And then later I felt really bad. I went to [broker] Ricky [Williams] and said, “You think I have something wrong with me because I can not understand why I can I control?” Ricky said: “You say the things we all want to say but not always going to say. “During the season it was the first time I had so much conflict as that.”

Marshall’s most recent brush with trouble came in April, when officials of Broward Sheriff’s Office were summoned to the house southwest of Marshall Ranch. Nogami arrested Michi-Marshall, Marshall’s wife. The original police report said Marshall’s wife said he was stabbed in the stomach in self-defense, and there was blood on the broken glass to support the claim of Marshall to fall over a vase. Marshall reiterated the claim vase to the State Attorney’s Office Broward County in June. Friday, the office said no charges would be filed.

“I want to clear my wife took a knife and stab me,” said Marshall. “I made the glass, I had my blood and skin still on it, available to the detectives so they could make the right decision.”

Marshall said his wife was being arrested, “had that look in her eyes of sadness, confusion and pain. And she said,” Someone will learn from this story. “I thought it was very powerful for someone who was being unfairly stopped to have the strength that is much to say. ”

When he left the hospital, Marshall said he called his cameraman personal home and began filming a documentary on the TLP. He said he would continue with individual therapy once a week during the season and group therapy once or twice a week.

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