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Tristan Thompson suffering from mental illness?

Is NBA player Tristan Thompson suffering from a mental illness? The serial cheater known as Khloe Kardashian's baby's daddy is in the news again. The misbehaving bad boy fathered a child with a third woman while still in a relationship with Khloe.

In December, Maralee Nichols came forward to expose Thompson as the father of her son. Nichols stated to US Weekly, “I met Tristan in 2020 at a party at his home in Encino, California. He told me he was single and coparenting,” she goes on, “I would never have gotten involved with Tristan if I thought he was in a relationship. … Tristan has not helped me financially with my pregnancy or with our baby. I have paid 100 percent for my son’s expenses. I did not ask Tristan for any money, nor did I accept any money that was offered to me.” Thompson initially denied being the father, but a paternity test confirmed he is the father of Maralee Nichols' baby. Thompson released the following statement, "I take full responsibility for my actions," he wrote. "Now that paternity has been established, I look forward to amicably raising our son. I sincerely apologize to everyone I've hurt or disappointed throughout this ordeal both publicly and privately."


Thompson's dirty dogging began to unravel after news broke of an inappropriate encounter with Jordyn Woods. Since that incident, several women have come forward to expose Khloe's man as a cheater. Now, we are asking "Is Tristan mentally ill? Tristan has denied many of these encounters and filed lawsuits to cover his lies. According to Webmd.com, pathological liars often lie without any reason. Their lies are extensive and elaborate. The urge to lie is compulsive. They often can’t control the impulse to make up stories, even when this causes them harm. They may lose jobs and ruin relationships because of their lying.‌ Researchers have found that pathological liars tell lies without good reason and without worrying about the consequences. They usually don’t plan to tell the lies. They also make up elaborate stories about themselves. Treating pathological lying is complicated. No medication will fix the issue. The best option is psychotherapy. But even therapy can pose challenges, because pathological liars aren’t in control of their lying. They may start telling lies to the therapist instead of addressing the problem directly.

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