“I don’t want to die,” Fedez confesses to psychologist – Ultima Ora

“I don’t want to die,” Fedez confesses to psychologist – Ultima Ora

(ANSA) – ROME, June 12 – “I don’t want to die, I don’t want to die, I’m afraid my children won’t even remember me.” Those are the words, between sighs, from Fidez to the psychologist on the day he found out he had pancreatic cancer. The artist himself is the one who is posting the audio to Instagram Stories today.

“Good morning. I don’t know why today I decided to listen to the hearing of the psychiatrist on the day I found out I had pancreatic cancer – Fidez wrote -. I weep and weep with pain and joy. One thought can destroy me more. Fear of death: not to remember it My children. Well, today I wonder if all this really teaches me. Because man has a tendency to remove and forget. And I don’t want to. I don’t want to forget that important things aren’t things. Always keep that window open. With your heart.”

During the passage of shots of young Leonie and Vittoria, the rapper also talks about his wife Chiara Ferragni: “Then there are those who must be the strongest of all.”

Then he comments, “Take these my sayings as you see fit: desire to participate, delusions of self-importance, or narcissism as an end in themselves. I don’t care much. I just want anyone in a similar situation to know that it’s normal to go through some sensations.” You’re not alone, you’re no stranger. There is someone who can do all this well. And that’s enough for me. (Deals).

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