Jay Glazer

Jay Glazer’s Book – My Mind in the First Two Chapters

First and foremost, God bless this man Jay Glazer. I’ve watched this guy on TV my whole life, and to see what he has overcome in his career to get to where he is now is simply remarkable. To get a better understanding you might as well go through that thread right over on the right to understand the mental battle Jay faces.

For those of you who do not know, Jay Glazer is a television personality and sports reporter. Since 2004, he has worked as a National Football League insider for Fox Sports’ NFL pregame studio show, FOX NFL Sunday, on which he reports exclusives, late-breaking updates, injury news, and other reports. This guy has broken many stories, has gotten the best intelligence or “scoop” from respected people around the league, and he’s even best friends with Michael Strahan, as they both started in their respective careers at the same time. A dream job for many of us, but it did not come without many struggles both internally or externally.

As for me, I am not a reader. I made it a goal to read at least 1 book this year, and I picked this one as it speaks to me. I just felt like I needed this in my life at this point in time over the past 18 or so months after seeking help for my own issues. It’s helped me to add another set of tools in my toolbox: how to cope with simple things, what actions to take when I feel myself getting a panic attack, or when I simply to understand whether my mood is heading towards manic or depressive. It’s still hard for many people to grasp, but then again I thought I was perfectly fine until I ultimately decided to make the call and seek help for myself, my family, and my friends. 

Not many people understand, but I am thankful I struggle with certain things in 2022 as opposed to Jay in 2005 as he explains in his Twitter thread. Jay explains how his mental health can spoil or interfere with his work or even taking in the moment of his biggest career accomplishments. As I simply do not want that to happen to me, I am already grateful for Jay’s insight only 2 chapters in. 

With that being said, it is time for me to get back to reading. I am very excited to share how everyone can relate and become their own best advocate as I am using this platform to make sure I kick this book’s ass and find out some more about my brain, myself, and what changes I can make to overall become a better person.

Thank you Jay Glazer, and God Bless.


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