Most people would agree: everyone's going through something.
But for former UCLA Bruin and NBA star Kevin Love, that statement ignited a national conversation.
It's the title of a piece he wrote in the Players Tribune earlier this month, in which he admits he had a panic attack in the middle of a game last November.
Mental toughness and machismo go hand in hand in sports, so admitting what some would say is a "weakness" can be rough. But for Love and other elite athletes, the stigma of coming to terms with mental illness seems to have found a lot of understanding and sympathetic ears.
Andy and Brian Kamenetzky joined A Martinez with more.