Before the illness, we had great fun in classic car rallies. Kim was a great co-driver in these, and teasing sports cars with twice as much power (and 10 times … >>>>>>>
Do what is possible
For about two weeks now lives the sports group. That’s me, and a handful of participants from our online group. We do one hour of sports every day, each as … >>>>>>>
8 weeks of rehab – a résumé
One week ago today I had my last application of individual therapy in water – water therapy was always good, no matter if with Mrs. S. or Mrs. Sch. I … >>>>>>>
One step forward, two backwards
I have been diagnosed with MSA-C for half a year now and since February I have been consciously doing something about the decay. Of course it’s hard to motivate myself, … >>>>>>>
Last week in rehab: Monday and a little “effzehcontent”
Today my last week in rehab started.
And promptly I was dawdling so much that I was almost too late for water gymnastics. Hennes also contacted me to announce that … >>>>>>>
Aids: Curse or blessing?
Recently I read a post which said: “We delayed the wheelchair as long as possible”.
OK, first of all: everybody has to find his own way and I don’t criticize … >>>>>>>
How two weeks doing nothing avenge themselves
I visited my family two weeks ago and then had an eye accident, which prevented my training program. The time with my family was exhausting anyway. I can feel it … >>>>>>>
Clothes, high heels, sports equipment – everything from the time “before the diagnosis” – where to put it?
This is like the time calculation “before and after Christ” – for me there is “before and after the diagnosis”.
Before the diagnosis I possessed many fancy things. Things that … >>>>>>>
Lying in bed is easier than moving around
My life is like a never-ending carousel ride. I can only stop it if I sit down or lie down. I think it often makes me sick from this dizziness, … >>>>>>>