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How to regain confidence after a devasting injury

On Behalf of | Jan 28, 2022 | Personal Injury |

You may find yourself lacking motivation or self-confidence after experiencing a catastrophic personal injury case in California. Some disabilities can feel like an anchor bringing a halt to your career and personal life.

A shift in your mindset can be the catalyst for positive change, even after suffering a devasting injury. Regaining your confidence starts with taking the first steps toward self-improvement.

Improve your physical fitness

Individuals who incur a serious injury or disability tend to adopt a sedentary lifestyle afterward, particularly seniors. This can be detrimental to your self-esteem, and there are additional physical risks of a sedentary lifestyle as well. You may find that your confidence will grow when you establish an exercise routine that helps you maintain activity and physical independence.

Learn new skills

It is understandable to feel like the upward trajectory in your work life has reversed after a career-ending injury. A worker in a high-paying construction job might find themselves making little more than minimum wage after a catastrophic event on-site. You can start building yourself up for a new career by pursuing an education toward a new skill set.

Online courses can be relatively affordable and offer flexibility for those balancing work, family, and personal needs. Even after a long span of involvement with a previous field, it is never too late to resume your education and strive for something new.

While regaining confidence is a long-term effort, your first priority is to reclaim financial stability by claiming the compensation you deserve after a worksite injury. An attorney versed in personal injury and workers’ compensation law can advocate for your interests.


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