BODØ, norway (Dagbladet): - The last few months have been very difficult. It is brutal to see how the cancer is ravaging the body of my wife - that she is drained of powers and becomes a shadow of itself. Cancer is only jævelskap.
It belongs to sjeldenhetene to hear Geir Magne Haukås (48) to remove the profanity in his mouth. Since the believer firebarnsfaren appeared among the participants in last year's "the Farm", he has been clever to point out what he thinks about the kind of languages: It should be avoided, and hear at least not at home in his everyday speech.Disclose unknown drama after "the Farm"-exit: Broken ribs and secret Gaute-talk
There are admittedly exceptions. As of now.- It is enough now
- If my wife dies, what the hell do I do then? I have really had enough of sickness, death, and depravity, and now I pray to god that it must stop. It is enough now, " states he.
the Voice is as sharp as always, and it would be hard to see that the tv profile has been through one of its toughest years ever. Haukås had only been home a few months after "the Farm"-the recording session when his wife, His politician Bente Haukås (43), began to feel unwell.
Later got the 43-year-old know that she was struck by an aggressive form of breast cancer.GOOD AGAINST: Bente and Geir Magne Haukås try to not focus on the disease, so far as it allows itself to do. Photo: Lars Eivind Bones / Dagbladet Show more
I noticed that something was not as it should, especially on energy levels. Of course it was no pleasant information to get, but I thought first and foremost on the Geir and the kids, and that they should have released this, says Bente Haukås, who meet Dagbladet together with her husband in the city centre in his hometown of Bodø.
Abruptly was the everyday turned on its head for Bente and Geir Magne, who has children Henry (22), Benedicte (20), Armand (19) and attpåklatten Othelian Vincent (2) together. The couple are living normally active lives at home in the nordlandsbyen, which include long bike rides, activities with his youngest son and the daily operation of a joint company."Farm"-the drama you did not see on tv: Stopped the letter from the wife
Now everything was put on hold. And it is not the first time.Long treatment
Already at a young age lost the Geir Magne several of his closest family members. Her brother died at the age of only 28 years, when the heart failed during the football practice. His mother passed away at the age of 50 and his father at the age of 64. All-too-early.
I can't afford to lose more. Fortunately, I have hoped, and it is the most important thing of all. Without my personal faith I had gone right in the basement, " says Geir Magne.
Bente started on chemotherapy in the summer, and had its last behandlingsrunde just before christmas. Now waiting surgery and subsequent radiation therapy. The goal is to be fresh for easter.
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I remove both breasts if I need it. Indeed, it is not the external that counts, as long as I have your head and mind intact. Everything else can be repaired, " says Bente, who laid on the operating table 3. January.Different christmas
Itself is not firebarnsmora afraid to die.
"If you live long enough, you will experience pain." Bente Haukås (43)
Cancer creates course major upheavals, but I choose to think that disease is a natural part of life. It can happen to anybody, when you least expect it - and I'm in good hands. It's no use to worry about, but rather focus on to get well and overcome cancer. The death sentence was signed the day we were born, and what is the meaning, it happens, " says Bente particular, and adds:
- If you live long enough, you experience pain.
almost 25 years have passed since the couple Haukås married. Since that time they have thus raised four children together, where several of them have left the nest and moved to the south. In the christmas season comes all of the home.the TEN COMMANDMENTS: Geir Magne Haukås spreading the christian message on "the Farm", but he shall live after the ten commandments even? Video: Miriam Bakkejord / Editing: Marie Røssland / Photo: Preben Hunstad / TV2 Show more
Geir Magne does not hide that høytida in the year is very special.
In many ways, is the whole family sick. It is nice to collect all, I think we need to be together. It is a quiet christmas, but we shall enjoy ourselves, " assures he.does not rule out tv comeback
Geir Magnes "the Farm"-stay forbigikk in no way in silence. 48-year-old, who joined the reality television show to spread the various philosophies and create buzz around their own livscoach-business, sailed up as one of last year's most talked about participants, often in the context of their christian faith, or controversial opinions."Farm"-George Magnes unknown past: Went down 25 kilos Dagbladet Plus
Still experiencing nordlendingen, originally from Kabelvåg in Lofoten, to be stopped on the street by strangers.
- It goes in part "selfies", or so people will just have a chat. It is nice to be remembered. Who knows, maybe I'll come back and is making waves again, " says the 48-year-old, and smiles a good idea.
- That we get to see you on tv again, you mean?
- I'm no stranger to the idea, but right now it is completely out of the question. Family first, then everything else come after. The most important thing now is that Bente is fresh, " he says.FRIENDS: "the Farm"-the participants Eunike Hoksrød and Geir Magne Haukås has skværet up. Now they are such good friends that Eunike has taken with Geir Magne on the a-bomb. Video: Christian Roth Christensen Show more Show more