Kris Humphries: I’ll be honest, I dealt with a lot of…

Kris Humphries: I’ll be honest, I dealt with a lot of anxiety, especially in crowds. There was about a year where I was in a dark place. I didn’t want to leave my home. You feel like … I don’t know … the whole world hates you, but they don’t even know why. They don’t even know you at all. They just recognize your face, and they’re on you. There were so many times when I was in a gas station just buying a water or something, and the cashier would give me a look, and I could just feel it coming. “Hey, are you … That Guy?” And I’d say, “Ha! Nah, I just look like him.” Or I’d say, “Nah, I’m Blake Griffin. People get us confused.” I didn’t want to be Kris Humphries. It’s the craziest feeling in the world, not wanting to be yourself. And I didn’t even want to say anything to defend myself, because it felt like I couldn’t win. You can’t go up against the tabloids. You can’t go up against that machine. There’s no point. And even if I played that game, I felt like it would be disrespecting the game of basketball.
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