GREATIST—Olympians seem almost superhuman. They can run, lift, and leap faster, better, and farther than the rest of us. But they are, in fact, mere mortals—people who have trouble rolling out of bed in the morning, get bored at work, let laundry pile up, face identity crises, and love to Netflix and chill. But don’t just take our word for it. We asked 16 Rio-bound athletes about their vices and struggles, which sound a whole lot like our own sertraline drug.