Columns For The Impatient Reader, Vol. 1, Part XXXI
Add another one to the list. Rebecca Marino this time, the tennis player, who admitted on Wednesday that she has suffered from depression since he was 16 years old, which was around the time that she began to travel away from home because she was good at tennis, very good. She would one day reach No. 38 in the world, and after one match at the U.S. Open, Venus Williams beat her and said, “Now I know what it’s like to play myself.” But it was never easy.
“I’ve had days where I can’t get out of bed, can’t even put my clothes on,” said Marino, 22, announcing she was leaving from professional tennis for a second time. “It’s hard to describe, but you have this smothered feeling of grey.”
It used to be this was never talked about…
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