I feel like a completely different man since my leg injury | The Sun

DEAR DEIDRE: SINCE I broke my leg, I no longer feel like the same man.

I am 30 and single. During a nasty tackle playing five-a-side football, I broke my leg in three places and had to have an operation.

I live in a flat with no lift so I had to move back to my parents’ house.

I’m better now and I’ve gone back home but I’ve lost my confidence and feel different.

I don’t want to play football any more and don’t even want to go out.

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I work, then come home and stay in.

It doesn’t help that I’ve put on weight by sitting around and enjoying Mum’s cooking.

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DEIDRE SAYS: You have probably got some post-traumatic stress because of your nasty injury.

You went back to your parents’ where you felt safe.

Now you’re back home and are trying to find your rhythm again but you are not living your life.

Gentle exercise will help to lift your mood.


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Perhaps you could help with five-a-side coaching or check out Sport In Mind (www.sportinmind.org), which encourages people with mental health issues to take up sport.

You could volunteer, or the group’s support will help to improve your confidence.

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