Every family has one; the third cousin on your mother’s side. The long lost relative no one really talks about; the creepy uncle who stands in the shadows at family reunions that no one dares approach. My family had a ‘weird’ relative; someone on my in-laws side who was just a little different. They all have the same ‘affliction’; something my grandmother used to call a ‘chemical imbalance’.
The term ‘chemical imbalance’ is one that has been hotly debated in psychiatric circles and in fact many feel it doesn’t really exist. Yet in common everyday life, we call it a ‘wives tale’ and according to my grandmother, a ‘chemical imbalance’ is a very real thing.
In fact Kurt Busch has it, that at least according to one person.
Busch has had his issues over the years, he’s been fired from teams, charged by a sheriff’s department in Arizona and each time he’s promised to get help so it will never happen again. Yet, it does happen again; Busch cusses out a reporter, or tries to run down someone on pit road during a race, or something else in anger. MORE>>>
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