I do this all the time, I'll look at someone who I think is having a good life and say "Damn, I'd give anything to be them". Well I just found out for St. Louis Cardinals player Khalil Greene things aren't exactly as they seem. The article only states that it was an anxiety disorder but TV reports reveal its Social Anxiety Disorder.
Khalil Greene thanks Cardinals for their support
By Derrick Goold
ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH
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Before the game at Citi Field, he described the role his teammates and others played in facilitating his return from the DL stint to address debilitating anxiety, a condition he felt contributed to a difficult ending with his former team.
"Given my experience in San Diego wasn't a great one, that left a bitter taste in my mouth," Greene said. "It felt like the trust factor had been shattered. On the micro-level aspect of it, that didn't involve the clubhouse, but I really felt soured by that. Here, obviously, they want me to contribute, but at the same time I felt a genuine sympathy for my well being. ... I wanted to respond to that."