Webster speaks about seeking help from Sporting Chance: "I struggle with lockdown, I have to keep my mind busy" | Dartsnews.com

Webster speaks about seeking help from Sporting Chance: "I struggle with lockdown, I have to keep my mind busy"

Darren Webster has revealed that he has utilised help from Sporting Chance to help him through the lockdown which was offered by the PDPA recently.

Webster has praised those involved though and said that he has attended every session so far and is the only one who has been to everyone as one of the ways to keep his mind busy during the lockdown.

“I struggle with lockdown. I can’t sit still for too long. said Webster to Colossus Bets. "I went to see someone from Sporting Chance which was set up by the PDPA. I’m on medication for it. To lock me up is ridiculous."

“Don’t get me wrong, I control it quite well. But I can get down. I’m lucky I’ve got the missus, the dogs and my daughter here. Some people don’t have that. That can do more harm than good.”

“I have to keep my mind busy. Last night I came home, went to sleep on the couch, and then was awake from 3am to 7am and I’m just sitting there and my head goes mad. I overthink, I go over things in my mind.”

“I’ve been to every one of the Sporting Chance discussions organised by the PDPA. I’m the only ever-present, a 100 per cent record. Whatever they talk about, I’ve got everything.”

“I was really bad when I first went last year. I don’t worry about stuff. My missus reckons I’m a cross between Bipolar, ADHD, Autism and Tourettes!”

“The guy at Sporting Chance explains a lot to me. He basically said what I’ve done is in the past my body and mind has shut the door and thrown the key away on stuff that has happened to me.”

Webster speaks about seeking help from Sporting Chance:
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