The WWE Hall of Famer admits the dark truth months later

WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash is in dire need of prayer as he grapples with the sudden, traumatic loss of his 26-year-old son.

Nash made some disturbing comments this week about “Click THATpodcast – which he co-hosts with wrestling interviewer Sean Oliver – following the death of son Tristen Nash in October.

Kevin Nash fans and viewers of the show are rightly concerned about Nash’s sanity and desire to live after he said: “Today is week 12 of which I lost my boy. Time flies when you’ve got a gun in your mouth, I mean time flies when you’re having fun.”

Oliver – obviously taken aback by Nash’s pained words – replied: “Don’t play like that. You have guns, so you can’t say those things.”

Nash replied coldly, “I can do whatever I want. As long as I leave a message.”

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Days after his son’s death on Oct. 19, Nash revealed the cause was cardiac arrest due to complications arising from a seizure.

After FoxNewsThe former WWE star said he and his son stopped drinking “cold turkey” alcohol just days before his death, suggesting the seizure may have been the result delirium tremens.

“Alcohol is the worst… it’s a nasty drug… Everyone out there, if you haven’t been drinking, you’ve probably done yourself an incredible service,” he said a week after Tristen’s death. “When you drink and you’re struggling and you know it’s affecting your life and you know it’s affecting your health, you can’t see the damage it’s doing.”

During this week’s podcast segment, Nash tragically described how the loss has changed the way he looks at life.

Oliver asked him, “Is it kind of knee-jerk to just say, ‘I’m fine,’ you know, when people say, ‘Hey, how are you today?’ And you say, ‘I’m fine’?”

“Well,” Nash said, “I mean, it’s so much easier to say, ‘I’m fine,’ than to say, ‘You know, every morning when I wake up, the first thing that happens is I’m coming to realizing that instead of three people there are now two in my house and the third person is not on vacation or staying with a friend or just going out late. He’s never coming back. And then I sit up in bed with absolutely nothing to do and it’s like, “So why am I getting out of bed?”

“At that point, the other person would be like, ‘Whoa, me, wait, I think I’m getting a call from my attorney!’

“So it’s just easier – no, you don’t want to know.”

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Nash’s fight is one that many in this country face every day — and one that many are tragically losing.

Have you ever been affected by suicide?

According to American Foundation for Suicide PreventionSuicide is the 12th leading cause of death in the United States, and middle-aged white men are at the highest statistical risk.

There are two quotes, one biblical and one secular, that I would like to share with those struggling with suicidal thoughts and others that I would encourage you to share with anyone in your own life going through such a crisis.

The first is from 1 Corinthians 6:19-20: “Or dDon’t you know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit within you, which you have from God? you are not your own because you were bought with a price. So glorify God in your body.”

The second quote: “Suicide doesn’t end the pain, it just passes it on to someone else.”

James 5:16 says the prayer of a righteous man is powerful and effectiveso please pray for Kevin Nash that the darkness he faces every day will subside and that hope will be reignited in his grieving soul.

Anyone facing this problem is urged to call 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline for help. Dial 988 to reach “a national network of local crisis centers providing free and confidential emotional support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in the United States to people experiencing suicidal crisis or emotional distress.”

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