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Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by 123456789aa, Apr 10, 2009.
He's at home!!!
Hopefully this is good news!
Give the man peace to recover. Bloddy media circus!!!
let me tell you one thing, Value his input, this man understand it all, do you have all these degree's , worked as a doctor/specialists for years? no you havn't, why are you so disrespectful?
the only person i'm listening to is this Doctor and no1 else (unless ofcourse it's from his family)
I'll tell you all one thing tho, when my brother was in hospital for a while (in a coma for 2 months) he's accident happened 3 weeks before michael's , we heard alot of story's, amazing and sad story's. I can tell you one thing, NO1 will ever know what his life will be like, we can all hope but genuinely no1 will ever know until the time is right. A man was in a coma for 6 years, he came out off it and is now walking & talking, it all depends on the injury, the individual and the care that patient receives, every case & every person is different.
I spoke to a few specialist's in the Head Truama hospital where my brother was, about Michael Schumacher, they gave me some medical insight into the brain and head injury's,
All we can do is Pray & hope, now that Michael is back home with is family the recovery progress normally is much better with family around
a article like this is (see below) is unnecessary and this will get the general public mixed up completely with he's progress and what he's actual state is like, again no1 will know what he will be like (the brain works in very mysterious ways)
Dunno how reputable a source it is, but what's being said where no big surprises to me.
Surprisingly, a year has already passed since that terrible day. We are still hoping the legend will make us proud of him again.
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So it has been a few years now. How come we, the fans, are still not fully informed about the condition of Schumacher? Or have we? We keep throwing hashtags on Twitter, paint supportive messages on our racing car's livery and helmets, but why exactly?
Why is there such a mystery around the condition of Michael?
He's always been a private man. I'd think would be in his best interest (and probably his marketing value) to keep his condition from the public.
Came across this article today, it's not much but it's something positive.
Never heard anything about his memory, anyone know?
I'll use this quote to express my opinion about this situation.
If there was something positive to say, they would have said it already. One does not use a terrifying ski accident with severe trauma as a result to drop out of society. MSC is probably still in terrible condition and we should respect his wish.
Jean Alesi mentioned that Corinna is like a Goddess to him. I guess what we're seeing is actually one of the best human couples staying together through thick and thin. Will he ever return to public? I really don't know, but the more time passes the more doubt he will. Somehow he escaped major injury in F1 (well Silverstone 99 being the exception), to meet your "end" while skiing...nature has a very sadistic touch of humor.
That's a shame, however with the safety standards f1 reached after senna's death it's probably more likely for something like this to happen while skiing than while racing, however if I recall schumacher was always a sport-person even outside the circus, it was part of him to do stuff like this.