Shocking with his post about his mother – Photos from the time he was in the hospital – different

Eteoklis Pavlou: Shocking with his post about his mother – Photos from the time he was in the hospital

Eteoklis Pavlou made a shocking post on the occasion of Mother’s Day.

The well-known personal trainer, wanting to honor his own mother who was the one who stood by him from the first moment he was in the ICU to fight for his life, wanted to share some thoughts with his online friends.

Specifically, Eteoklis Pavlou published a series of photos from the period he was in the hospital trying to stay alive, photos from the first period he returned home after his mutilation and photos from his marriage to Eleni Hatzidou. In all by his side is his beloved mother.

“I will tell you a story about a child and his mother. The story finds the child in a coma and rejoicing in the intensive care unit. Doctors’ hopes of living were minimal… For the mother, however, even the minimum was too much. The doctors advised the family to enter the room and talk to him because even when he is in a coma the patient is very important and that’s how it happened !!

Everyone’s efforts were in vain. At one point and while the patient was still in a coma, his mother came in and put her hand on his and then the patient burst into tears. The love of the mother, this magical feeling provoked the specific and unique reaction of the patient. The patient I was lucky to be me and this sweet manoula is my mother and I say good luck because I felt my mother’s love so strongly that it almost tasted good.

In the term mother, that is where everything begins and ends; always next to me on the most inaccessible and dark paths, in those that even myself tries to forget that it existed. My sweet manoula Dimitra and my sweet manoula Eleni, to whom I will always be grateful that they allow me to live next to them, next to these two wonderful manoula of my life.
“Happy birthday to all the manoles of the world” writes Eteoklis Pavlou in his post.


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