One isn't born a champion.
It takes skill, practice, time and dedication, and of course, the love for the sport.
Sometimes the sport will define the person and sometimes the person can define the sport.
There are those who are gifted, natural.
From a young age, you were addicted to the adrenaline, the love of the game. You practiced and you were well trained. You had the support of your parents and family, your friends, and your girlfriend. You won events. You broke records. You were an overachiever. You became world renowned. You had fans.
Then it happened at the height of your career, that unexpected accident that would shatter not just the body, but the spirit, and the career.
It all came to a sudden, abrupt end...
And even your parents suggested for you to continue your education, seek another path in life, but it is not an easy task to surrender, to give up.
Occasionally, though, we do meet someone in times that are difficult, and their support, their friendship can change your world, your life forever.
Looking for a partner to write from the perspective of the injured male athlete.
Looking to explore the themes of rebuilding a life, of finding courage and strength of will within oneself, and of cherishing a new relationship that Fate seems to offer you. It's about hope, love and strength.
PM if interested.