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‘RHOOC’ star Vicki Gunvalson’s son-in-law to get mental help

Vicki Gunvalson and Ryan Culberson
Vicki Gunvalson and Ryan Culberson
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“The Real Housewives of Orange County” star Vicki Gunvalson wasn’t too happy when she learned that her daughter’s husband, Ryan Culberson, had slammed Lydia McLaughlin’s mother for putting her feet up on the furniture. It was a dramatic scene that had people questioning whether Ryan was truly okay. According to a new Radar Online report published on March 6, “The Real Housewives of Orange County” star Vicki Gunvalson’s son-in-law is now revealing that he is getting help for his issues.

“I know I’ve been painted in some not so great light in the past season and after some deep soul searching I decided to reach out and get some help with the PTSD I have been dealing with for quite awhile,” Culberson has revealed to the website. “A guy I work with told me about the program he attended and it literally saved and changed his life. I’m really excited to go… I’ve known for awhile I needed something so hopefully this program is what I need,” said Culberson, who got back from Afghanistan last October.

Ryan is talking about the five-day Save a Warrior program, which involves physical activity, such as rock climbing and horse-riding. It is a a meditation program, that helps Marines deal with anxiety. Many people are hoping that he will get the help he needs for his family, because he is expecting his second son with his wife, Briana.

What do you think of him getting help?