Things Are Now Tougher


Above is a photo of my cat Shyna that I shot when we temporary moved to Reinfeld to support my uncle who got a brain tumor diagnosis. The photo reminds me of moments when my uncle smiled, because Shyna did apart from me of course, only trust my uncle. In other words, only me and my uncle were allowed to cuddle with her. My uncle always had dogs and never cats, but even if there was this shitty diagnosis, my cat managed it to make him smile, and maybe forget for a moment what the doctors just told us all. … Continue reading Things Are Now Tougher

Thinking About Disease And Death


I talked about this a couple of times on my blog, my uncle is terminal ill as he got the Glioblastoma Grade IV brain tumor diagnosis one and a half-year ago. We’re happy that he is still under us and he is doing ok, but it’s definitely already visible where we’re heading to. The sad truth is that he is not in the good old shape anymore. The tumor does wreck him, but very slowly. On one side we’re happy to still have time with him, on the other side it’s just sad to see the slow process caused by … Continue reading Thinking About Disease And Death

Talking About Depression and Anxiety Disorder


Note This is a very long article and for better readability the article is split into pages. You can find the page navigation always below the text content. After reading one page, you can navigate to the next one if you click on the page number buttons at the end of the text content. Also there is a list of pages below each part. On this way you can bookmark pages if you want to continue reading next pages later on. Talking about Depression and Anxiety There is something I never talked about here and the fun fact is that … Continue reading Talking About Depression and Anxiety Disorder