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Why do athletes sabotage their lives?

  • Ken Lindner wrote “Your Killer Emotions”

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Why do athletes sabotage their lives?

Lance Armstrong has until this Tuesday to decide if he wants to cooperate with USADA and speak to the anti-drug agency under oath.

If he works with them and spills the beans about the entire doping operation he has a chance of getting his life-time ban lifted. Separately, he recently learned he’s being sued for over 10 million dollars by a sports insurance company. It paid him bonus money for his 7-tour title wins.

Joe Carter sat down with Ken Lindner, the author of "Your Killer Emotions" to discuss why athletes like Armstrong make toxic decisions that sabotage their lives.

Read more:  Feds: We want our money back, Lance

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