Minnesota Apparently Traded for the Herschel Walker That Didn’t Like Football

Missed this on Friday since it was, well, Friday, but former Dallas Cowboy Herschel Walker will allegedly discuss being afflicted with multiple personality disorder in his forthcoming autobiography, Breaking Free. So that makes the second thing Herschel and I have in common, other than the fact we’ve both won Heismans. For the record, my other personalities are Charles “Bananas” Foster, professional party animal, and T.T. Nails, a booze-soaked private eye working on a case that just might hold the key to his redemption — or his ultimate doom!

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2 responses to “Minnesota Apparently Traded for the Herschel Walker That Didn’t Like Football”

  1. Spamboy says:

    Oooo, one of your personalities is going to burn in heck!

  2. Since 1996 I’ve been helping sufferers of this disorder reclaim ownership of their self. The only thing surprising to me in this revelation is that someone as successful and well known as Herschel is willing to publicly reveal this information about themselves. Integrating personalities is about discovering that the rejected parts of ourselves are not “bad” but merely doing what they can to help us survive whatever traumatic ordeal we went through. Oh, wow, this changes everything doesn’t it? Acting out parts of ourselves are not horrible, just trying in their convoluted way to help us get through the experience. Funny, too, this is not any different for those of us without DID, to be integrated humans we have to accept the parts of us that we have disowned. Discover how this works at http://ohwowthischangeseverything.com/