VIDEO: Andrew Tate views on Mental Depression: MMA News: The word depression isn’t new to us. Though we do not talk about…
VIDEO: Andrew Tate views on Mental Depression: MMA News: The word depression isn’t new to us. Though we do not talk about it openly, each one of us has been depressed at a certain point in life. Mental depression is a very common but also very serious mood disorder. It can affect how an individual feels, thinks and even handles his daily activities, be it sleeping, eating, working training and the list goes on and on. Follow MMA News Updates with InsideSport.IN.
Andrew Tate hasn’t sat back, being one of the most controversial characters. “Top G” has several times put forward his views as to how he perceives depression. A few years back Andrew Tate had made a statement in the Piers Morgan Uncensored episode saying, “depression isn’t real”. He said that he believes in feeling depressed, but to him, depression cannot be considered a clinical disorder.
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Andrew Tate has been through a lot of online criticism, due to his irrational comments. There have been situations where has been blamed for things that he never committed by the mainstream media. Andrew Tate says that instead of feeling low about it. He decided not to worry about the matter as he believed that the truth would soon come out and people would realize that he is a nice person. In short Andrew, Tate says that he is and always has been happy.
On being asked questions about mental depression and his advice to the victims: Andrew Tate said that the world is hyper-competitive, and he speaks as a man for whom he identifies. He says that people are what they believe in. He proceeds to say that ‘If you are a man who sits and says I am sad, then you are always going to lose in the competition to men like Andrew Tate himself’.
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He says that the world is competitive, and if there are winners, then there ought to be losers too. He says that he is tired of sympathies. And sympathy doesn’t work for anybody. He will never be sympathetic towards people who are tired to work and do their best.
Andrew says that you might be sad about what you do on your daily schedule, but that’s the reality of life and how things work. You need to get past it. In case you feel low about doing your daily task and blame it on your mental health then, don’t do it. He asks the people to stay at the baseline, because no matter what people who are sitting on top and have put in the hard work will not have anything to worry about. The people on top have emerged victorious.
He says that you aren’t allowed to blame everything on your mental health and the surroundings around you, some people get past all obstacles in life. Andrew Tate says that the baseline to masculinity is to perform things that you don’t feel like doing.
“To be a winner people require motivation, if you aren’t willing to bring the motivation into your life then stay a fuc***g loser “is what Andrew Tate had to say.
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