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    damn bro that is horrible, this will probably haunt you later so dont be afraid to talk to a professional about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by heckler7 View Post
    damn bro that is horrible, this will probably haunt you later so dont be afraid to talk to a professional about it
    nah bro. People die all the time. Therapy is for pussies and democrats. Real men lift weights and drink beer

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    Yeah I'm just doing some lifting therapy.
    I'm actually good, all things considered!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milford King View Post
    nah bro. People die all the time. Therapy is for pussies and democrats. Real men lift weights and drink beer
    the shit doesnt bother you when your young, that shit rolls around in your head for years, then one day you really start to think about shit. Friends and family really arent trained to debrief that kinda shit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milford King View Post
    nah bro. People die all the time. Therapy is for pussies and democrats. Real men lift weights and drink beer
    I tend to agree.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Milford King View Post
    nah bro. People die all the time. Therapy is for pussies and democrats. Real men lift weights and drink beer
    I used to think like this, but after all the violence I have lived, both received and dished out, all the drugs I abused, the hate I had in my heart..... well it finally broke me one day. It was either check out or get help. I got help. Turns out talking about shit you don't want to takes alot of strength and courage. I say this as a man that once gutted a man and watched him presumably die (he robbed me) been in over 20 plus street fights, some gang rumbles, 300 plus stitches, 17 broken bones, plastic surgery to repair my face, died and was brought back once(suspected cant prove it medically speaking), had a 9mm point blank on my head and begged the man to pull the trigger, then proceeded to beat the shit out of heavy duty metal trash can until it was a pancake and told the prick holding the gun he was next if he didn't kill me. I actually have very little fear in life or death situations if anything I thrive in them....but I can admit I have horrible night terrors that leave shaken and scared like I am 5 years old again...but the hardest thing i ever did was take a look in the mirror and talk to a professional.

    I get it though...I understand your sentiment...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdef3033 View Post
    I tend to agree.




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    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyPump77 View Post
    I used to think like this, but after all the violence I have lived, both received and dished out, all the drugs I abused, the hate I had in my heart..... well it finally broke me one day. It was either check out or get help. I got help. Turns out talking about shit you don't want to takes alot of strength and courage. I say this as a man that once gutted a man and watched him presumably die (he robbed me) been in over 20 plus street fights, some gang rumbles, 300 plus stitches, 17 broken bones, plastic surgery to repair my face, died and was brought back once(suspected cant prove it medically speaking), had a 9mm point blank on my head and begged the man to pull the trigger, then proceeded to beat the shit out of heavy duty metal trash can until it was a pancake and told the prick holding the gun he was next if he didn't kill me. I actually have very little fear in life or death situations if anything I thrive in them....but I can admit I have horrible night terrors that leave shaken and scared like I am 5 years old again...but the hardest thing i ever did was take a look in the mirror and talk to a professional.

    I get it though...I understand your sentiment...
    god damn dude, with a name like cowboy I figured you were a farmer not a vato loco, how did you end up with a korean wife?

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    not everyone handles shit the same, I tried to talk to my wife once and realized I dont want her to know whats in my head, and honestly the counselors at the VA really dont get it either, but talking to other vets helps and I dont even have to say a word to them its like we see it on our faces and just talk about shit like normal dudes

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    Quote Originally Posted by heckler7 View Post
    not everyone handles shit the same, I tried to talk to my wife once and realized I dont want her to know whats in my head, and honestly the counselors at the VA really dont get it either, but talking to other vets helps and I dont even have to say a word to them its like we see it on our faces and just talk about shit like normal dudes
    yeah bro. Over a few beers with a friend. I ainít paying 100 dollars an hour so some weirdo with more problems than me can tell me to man up. But Iíll buy an 18 pack and call you up and tell you to come over and help me pour concrete... and weíll hash it out. Literally just did that exact same thing with a buddy of mine that used to run the rodeo circuit. His dad did two Nam tours. Heís got demons lol ... my relationship with my ole man wasnít a walk in the park. We layed this pad down for my home gym.... and drink a few beers. And got shit off our chest. He survives non Hodgkinís lymphoma... 8 years clear.

    thatís how men get therapy in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heckler7 View Post
    god damn dude, with a name like cowboy I figured you were a farmer not a vato loco, how did you end up with a korean wife?
    Many have asked me to write a book about my life. I am only 43 this August but I grew up in a strange crazy way. I was already running the streets by 14. I was shot out of a cannon. Tons of energy and drive during the first 25 ish years of my life. I was out everyday living life unlike what happens today where everybody stays at home. There are tons of interesting things out there if you just go look....

    Anyways, I have Jungle fever basically. I befriended a Korean kid my freshman year(he could barely speak English that first year lol) turns out he was sent here to get away from Korean gangs... So, we got into a gang together, We set a press box on fire and burnt it down for a rival football team our sophomore year when i was 15(I was the youngest as my birthday just made the cutoff). He played on our team and I wrestled for our school. We had a major rivalry with this other high school. After the fire they were gonna deport him, so 3 of us took all the blame so he didn't get deported. That is when I ran away from home from 15.... Anyways years later I ran into him at the Garage I was working at when I was 22(still loosely involved with gang life). We went out to have lunch and he showed me a picture of his cousin. We met and there you go... He is a millionaire investor now, the rest of his family that is here are wealthy as well. Drs, Nurses, married into money, etc. We barely talk these days because I wasn't ready to grow up but my wife wouldn't leave me. Best woman ever, I turned my life around so she could be free of violence, drugs, and mayhem. We tried to reconnect but it was awkward, two very different people from what we were.

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