‘He wanted to talk’ – psychologist Jordon Peterson hints about a series trouble with Cristiano Ronaldo


The 37-year-old senior center-forward Cristiano Ronaldo is continuously in the headlines of social media for the last couple of months. He has been the talk of the town due to multiple reasons. Earlier, there were reports the legendary footballer had a rift with Manchester United’s manager Erik ten Hag.

It all was being speculated during the transfer row. But recently, in a shocking revelation, a few of the media reports have learned that the Portuguese international is suffering from depression.

There are talks in the media that Ronaldo could be going through depression and to deal with this, he has recently had a talk with Canada-based clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson. They both met when the Red Devils striker was in the UK. He shared his photo with Peterson on Instagram with a caption, “Nice to see you my friend #seeyousoon”.

But later on, Jordan Peterson came up with his shocking statement regarding the current mental state of Cristiano Ronaldo. Peterson went on to indicate towards mental issues Ronaldo must be facing currently.

He invited me to come and see – Jordan Peterson on meeting with Cristiano Ronaldo

“He invited me to come and see him. He’d had some trouble in his life a few months ago and a friend of his sent him some of my videos and he said he’d watched those. Then he read one of my books and found it helpful, he wanted to talk,” said Peterson.

“I went out to his house, and we talked for about two hours. He showed me all his equipment for staying in tip-top condition, we talked about his companies. Mostly we talked about what he wanted in the future and some of the obstacles that he’s facing,” he added later.

Notably, the former Real Madrid and Juventus star is going through a very lean patch both in his personal and professional life. He has also had some harsh terms with United manager ten Hag who let him sit outside the field in the matches.

 





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