We see this in the resilience of Kevin Love, who admitted to suffering panic attacks with the Cleveland Cavaliers because he thought his struggle to overcome them would help others.

Love returned triumphantly to the Cavs’ lineup Monday night in a victory at The Q over Milwaukee after missing 21 games with a broken hand.

Physical damage, like Love’s hand, is easy to relate to.

This is the dilemma of Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue and Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona, both of whom have missed games because of stress.

The Cavs coach has been troubled by recurring chest pains during games.

The Cavs will play Toronto on Wednesday at The Q. Both DeRozan and Love should play.

“Everybody is going through something,” as Love said.