How to help a football player who’s been hurt: ‘I can’t believe I’m still doing this’
It’s not just the football players who are getting hurt.
The same thing has happened to the people who work in our health care system.
And it’s a problem we can’t get over because it’s the nature of this business, and the people in it.
It’s part of the job.
So if you have a problem with someone who has an injury or you think they’re in pain, and you’re going to take care of them, you’re really not going to know what’s going on.
You can’t say, “Hey, I’ve got this,” and go out and get them in an MRI.
You have to talk to them and figure out what’s wrong.
And you’ve got to find out what you can do.
So we need to find that balance between caring for the players and doing our best to treat the players.
And so, when I see people who have been hurt and they’re out there hurting and they have no hope of recovery, I want to help them.
And the thing is, you have to find the right way to treat those players, and that’s where I’m coming from, too.
So, it’s not an easy job.
But you have the right tools at your disposal.
I’m a clinical psychologist.
I know what it’s like to get hit in the head, to have a heart attack and to have seizures, so I know how it feels to be hurt, too, to be scared and to feel helpless and to be on the verge of death.
I’ve done it.
And that’s what I’m trying to do.
And there are so many ways you can help.
And if you see something that needs to be done, you can contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST.
They’re always ready to help.