Johnny Manziel said he was as of late determined to have bipolar turmoil and has made his emotional wellness a need as he keeps on moving in the direction of an arrival to football.
In a meeting with ABC News that broadcast Monday morning, the previous NFL quarterback and Heisman Trophy victor said he was beforehand “self-sedating with liquor” to get away from a waiting gloom.
He said he has since quit drinking and is taking medicine for bipolar confusion.
“I’m attempting to attempt and ensure that I don’t fall again into a wretchedness, since I know where that leads me and I know how elusive a slant that is for me,” Manziel revealed to ABC News’ Great Morning America.
“Toward the day’s end, I can’t help that my wires are somewhat contrastingly crossed than yours. I can’t help my psychological cosmetics of how I was made.”
Manziel said he has been narrow-minded and entitled as of late after he turned into the main green bean to win a Heisman Trophy and was drafted by the Cleveland Tans in the first round of the NFL draft.
He disclosed to ABC that his mom went up against him in tears one day, revealing to him that individuals would approach her and ask, “what the heck is your child doing?”
“I saw the stream down impacts of what I was doing in my life that were futile and silly and childish,” Manziel said.
Manziel, who has not shown up in an NFL diversion since 2015, said he has spent the previous two seasons “watching different folks that are doing what I need to do when I’m perched on a lounge chair being a washout.”
He has had contract transactions with the Hamilton Tiger-Felines of the Canadian Football Group, however, the two sides did not achieve an assertion by Manziel’s purposeful due date of Jan. 31.