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Ted Kulfan The Detroit News Published 5:50 PM EST Dec 23, 2018 Toronto — Johan Franzen revealed Sunday he is in a daily battle against depression, anxiety and panic attacks, in his post-hockey life, and has been diagnosd with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Franzen, 38, disclosed his condition in an interview with Swedish website SportExpressen, and its reporter Gunnar Nordstrom. “All I can do then is to sleep and lay in my bed. I take antidepressants and try to feel better again. But it quickly gets dark. Very dark,” Franzen said in the interview. Franzen last played with the Red Wings Oct. 10, 2015, his second game in the NHL that season, but complained of not feeling right. Franzen was hit Jan. 6, 2015, in Edmonton by Oilers forward Rob Klinkhammer, a blindside shoulder hit, that was at least the fourth concussion Franzen suffered, he said, after that season. Franzen remains under contract to the Wings through the 2019-20 season, an 11-year … [Read more...] about Detroit Red Wings’ Johan Franzen struggles with depression
Dec 03, 4:10 AM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury World By Vaishnavi Vaidyanathan 12/03/18 AT 3:39 AM A 53-year-old man was arrested in the Indian city of Mumbai on Friday for murdering his mother as he was unable to manage her rising medical expenses.Yogesh Shenoy tried three times before he was successful. First gave his 80-year-old mother an overdose of sleeping pills, then her smothered her with a pillow, and finally slit her throat with a paper cutter. He then sat next to her body for over seven hours before turning himself to the police the following morning.Shenoy asked his mother to stay with him and his wife following the death of his brother and father. However, he and his wife soon started fighting and his wife left him. Frustrated and depressed, Shenoy gave up his job, causing his finances to deteriorate. He started having frequent fights with his mother too. On Thursday, they had another altercation … [Read more...] about Unable to Pay Mother’s Medical Bills, Man Slits Her Throat
By Brenda Gazzar | [email protected] | Daily NewsPUBLISHED: September 17, 2018 at 7:33 am | UPDATED: September 17, 2018 at 7:33 am Jose Luis Garcia couldn’t sleep the first four nights in detention after he was arrested by a group of immigration officers in front of his Arleta home. All he could think about, he said, was whether he would be deported to his native Mexico – a country he had left behind at age 13 to chase dreams of fancy cars. “I got to the point that I was really depressed,” Garcia, 63, said of his time at the Theo Lacy detention facility in Orange County this past summer. “Every time I talked to my wife or daughter, I asked them to get a laywer, three lawyers, to get all the lawyers (they) can to fight my case. I didn’t feel like I was guilty of anything.” RELATED STORY: LA family’s immigrant dad detained by ICE one week before Father’s Day Though Garcia had been living in the country legally for three decades, the … [Read more...] about Arleta man becomes immigrant advocate after ICE detention: ‘I wanted to save myself and them as well’
Emily Bazar, The Washington Post Published 9:08 am PDT, Monday, August 13, 2018 Mary Rose O'Leary has shepherded three children into adulthood, and she teaches art and music to middle school students. Despite her extensive personal and professional experience with teens, the Eagle Rock, Calif., resident admits she's often perplexed by their behavior. "Even if you have normal kids, you're constantly questioning, 'Is this normal?' " says O'Leary, 61. Teenagers can be volatile and moody. They can test your patience, push your buttons and leave you questioning your sanity - and theirs. Recommended Video: Now Playing: A 2018 calendar featuring images of Portuguese shepherds in varying states of undress is proving to be something of a surprise hit. The Beautiful Shepherds of the Sierra de Estrela calendar went on sale on Monday and immediately sold out its initial 400 copy print run. The calendar is the brain child of journalist Liliana Carona who came up with the … [Read more...] about Typical kid behavior or a mental-health problem? It can be hard to decide.