Most Promising Player

People who suffer eye loss sometimes worry about whether they will still be able to play sports that they have enjoyed. In team sports there is the question about whether they will be accepted as an equal player. David McKenna’s “Don’t Lose Confidence” talks about confidence issues for young males, and how the insights he gained from his own eye loss saved his daughter’s life. Check out David’s powerful message for his peers.

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  • Stories of Eye Loss - Adults

    David McKenna – Don’t Lose Confidence

    If I had any advice for a young bloke about to lose his eye I’d say don’t lose confidence or self-esteem. Don’t worry. Be yourself and you’ll come to grips with it.
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    Anita Gill - Truly Blessed

    Halfway through the story, Mum covered my left eye with her hand and asked if I could see how many fingers she was holding up. I replied of course I couldn’t, moved her hand and then supplied her with the correct answer. She tried again, just to receive the same answer from me. ... This was the catalyst that made her question the sight in my right eye.

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