#35 Brian Lenihan opens up about his mental health battle which ended his promising football career.
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Hi all, latest podcast is available here. We chat to Brian Lenihan, formerly of College Corinthians in Douglas, Cork City FC, Hull City FC and Rep. of Ireland. Brian had a very bright future ahead of him but had to retire at 23 because of a mental breakdown following a couple of serious injuries. We are grateful to him for sharing his story.Also available on YouTubeJoin us and get lots of additional content at patreon.com/tortoiseshack
BONUS EPISODE 1281: The Player’s Chair With Brian Lenihan
NOTE: This was initially a World Service members-only show broadcasted first on 2nd of October 2018. We have decided to re-publish the podcast today, the 4th of October, with the support of our members. For independent, member-led journalism like this in the future, please join the Second Captains World Service. Enjoy the show and thanks to all our members as always. On the World Service today we have one of the most impactful interviews we've ever done. It's the story of former professional footballer Brian Lenihan who played with Cork City before getting a move to Hull City and winning a call-up to the Republic of Ireland senior squad in 2014. In April of this year, aged just 23, Brian was forced to retire from football for his own wellbeing. And in the latest episode of The Player’s Chair, he opens up to Richie about the mental health issues that lay behind that decision to step away from the sport. Brian reveals the difficulties he had in coming to terms with his injury, the suicidal thoughts he experienced, and the multiple sessions of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) he received as part of his treatment. It’s a difficult, sometimes dark but compelling interview for The Player's Chair. Brian hopes his openness will help others who may be going through similar difficulties.
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