Braun Strowman Launches Mental Health App



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Braun Strowman Launches Mental Health App

Braun Strowman is now known as Adam Scherr and he recently spoke about his new mental health app called Diskuss. Strowman was at one time one of the most popular WWE Superstars in the world. In fact, he managed to beat Bill Goldberg cleanly to win his first WWE Universal Title about two years ago.

Braun was one of the many top WWE superstars that were released recently a few months ago. According to some backstage news, Vince McMahon didn’t like Braun’s physique and decided to release him. It was rumored that he was earning close to $1 million a year under his present contract.

Braun Strowman Talks About His New App Called Diskuss

Strowman spoke about the launch of his app with Lance Allan of the NBC affiliate. He stated that users will be able to connect with certified therapists, counselors, and life coaches anytime during the day.

“We just launched an app called Diskuss,” he said. “It’s a mental health app that gives you licensed certified professional therapists, counselors, life coaches in the palm of your hand, 24 hours a day via audio, video, text messaging services.

It’s fully encrypted so all your information (is) safe. But, it gives you the capabilities and the comfort of doing it in your own home. “If people would like to speak with someone, we’re offering a free 24-hour text messaging session by using promo code ‘let’s diskuss.’ So ‘let’s diskuss’ will give you a free opportunity to try the app out for 24 hours via the text messaging service for anybody that would like to try it if they need to reach out and talk to somebody”.

Strowman stated he gets motivated when people tell him that he can’t do something. He spoke about a teacher that demotivated him and told him that he will never be able to achieve something good in his life. He actually sent that teacher a signed WWE action figure.

“I had teachers that told me I was never going to amount to anything when I was in high school,” Braun Strowman recalled. “My very first action figure I got I signed and said to that teacher, thank you for everything.

So I had things like that and people, and that was, that’s still one of the things to this day that pushes me and drives me, is telling me that I can’t do something. Like, oh, da, da, da. There’s limitations of whatever. I don’t even care if it’s getting in a little car, like alright, I’ll prove you wrong”.