After five years in captivity, freedom is a lot harder than Joshua Boyle expected. 

The Canadian man tells CNN he and his American wife, Caitlan Coleman, and their three children are suffering. "We're pretty broken and we didn't expect this," he says. After arriving in Toronto Friday night, the family spent a rocky weekend trying to adjust. Boyle, 34, says he and Coleman, 31, endured their confinement by "telling ourselves that it's all going to be OK, because as soon [as] we get out of here ... we're going to be so happy. 

The big surprise we didn't see coming is that's not the case, because we're both pretty distressed ... we didn't realize that our family was this broken." Their middle child, Noah, 2, is having the roughest time, per the Star.

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