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Michael Schumacher News: F1 legend giving up; Health degrades but family showing strong willpower

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Michael Schumacher is finding it tough to deal with the physical and mental stress of recovering from the skiing accident he suffered at the end of 2013. The 47-year-old has shown no signs of progress and it is believed that depression is the likely cause behind it. However, family of the F1 legend is still having faith that the German racing sensation will be good once again.

Michael Schumacher’s family is dealing with the reality of losing the driver every day, but it’s their faith which drives them forward. They believe that Schumacher will rise once again and things will be different one day.

Sabine Kehm, manager of the F1 legend recently received a lifetime achievement award on behalf of the racer at Nurburging. She mentioned that everyone associated with Schumacher is doing everything so that things could change.

“We have to accept it and learn to deal with it. We will continue to hope and do everything so that it will be different again.” Kehm said, as reported by Economical News.

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Schumacher was always known as a strong willed individual on the race track, who did everything in order to achieve victory. The seven-time F1 world champion had strong determination and fighting spirit. However, after three years of constant struggle with his recovery, reports are suggesting that the German has finally accepted defeat.

“Schumi cries. And sometimes mysteriously. He cries when he hears his children, his wife’s voice, his dogs. In the silence of that room, a tear runs down his thin face at a known sound.” Giorgio Terruzi, a writer said, according to Express.

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However, Schumacher has a dedicated medical team who looks into his recovery 24 hours a day, seven days a week. He also has his wife, Corinna and children who will stand beside him and will support him on all accounts.

We all hope and pray that the legend of the racing world recovers soon and amazes us once again, like he did on the racing circuit.

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