How I ended up as a 47 year-old man with a bullet in his head and bag full of prescription medications may go all the way back to my...
CBC News: The NationalPublished on Nov 28, 2014 Former NHL goalie Clint Malarchuck is best remembered for a gruesome injury on the ice. But that event triggered a bout of depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder and post traumatic stress that turned his life upside down.
q on cbcPublished on Oct 23, 2014 Clint Malarchuk joins Jian to talk about his battle with depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and alcoholism. He opens up about his wife Joanie, who was with him when he shot himself in the head, how he continues to deal with mental illness today, and whether he thinks the stigma around it is changing. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Q's Homepage: http://www.cbc.ca/q
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He saved three times from death. Canadian Ukrainian Clint Malarchuk - the goalkeeper of the NHL, who has received the most terrible injuries in the history of ice hockey, and all life is fighting with the Why he chose the life of cowboy as living with a bullet in his head and saves other people - in the host of Yulya Yarmolenko and Konstantin Golubchik
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Clint Malarchuk was the "Cowboy Goalie," infamous for one of the most gruesome injuries in the history of sports. "Cutthroat," details his remarkable physical, emotional and mental recovery.