This has special consequences for boys of the war grandchildren’s generation to this day, because the relationship between mothers and sons usually took on strongly persistent features.

This has special consequences for boys of the war grandchildren’s generation to this day, because the relationship between mothers and sons usually took on strongly persistent features.

For boys of the war grandchildren’s generation, this has had special consequences to this day, because the relationship between mothers and sons usually took on strongly persistent features. The husband was dead, missing or unsuitable for a loving relationship, so at least the son should stay. So mothers mentally did not release their sons, and they could not – at least internally – step by the side of their friends. Many women of the 40+ generation have therefore married mother sons and not free men. I myself had dates with 45-year-old men who, without exception, go to Mutti’s every Sunday because they have the delicious cheesecake. With a cup of Kaba. No joke! A man told me indignantly that an ex-girlfriend had dared to put a new shower gel in his bathroom. Outrageous interference in his life! His mother chose his shower gel many years ago, and there was no alternative. The champagne glass fell from my hand in shock.

Have I had any further experiences with online dating? Of course! I’ll chat about that for the next week.

You have any questions or suggestions? Write to me! info@corinnabusch.com

© Corinna Busch Corinna Busch. Journalist, author, coach and News.at columnist

The bush drum

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In Africa, New Guinea, and the American tropics, for centuries the locals used a type of drum telegraph to communicate with one another over long distances. A bush drum. Just like our columnist, the German-Austrian Corinna Busch. With her columns she wants to connect, exchange and stimulate discussions with her readers over long distances. The bush drum will mainly deal with the issues of partnership, relationships and our social change.

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What did men in the past do when they adored or loved a woman? Lots of wonderful, crazy things.

For example, they threw roses from helicopters at their beloved or renounced a kingdom. Or they gave soccer-sized diamonds and had preheated pillows placed on the chair of the loved one in the restaurant.

What are men doing today? They write short messages or chat permanently through online dating portals, have relationships via WhatsApp and Tinder.help online 123 The connections closed there are convenient, uncomplicated and – oops, it happens – easy to multiply. And above all they prevent real closeness. And here is the dog buried: where is the chivalry, please? Where has the polite and charming masculinity disappeared to? In order to maintain relationships on an equal footing, it is time to come back to some old virtues!

Basically, the problem does not lie in social media and dating portals. Men of the war grandchildren generation – this is how the children of war children of the Second World War, i.e. all men born between 1960 and 1980 – generally have difficulties with emotional closeness. Yes, sometimes they don’t even know how a real relationship works.

Their parents were often not good role models for them in this regard. At home there was a “functional togetherness” between father and mother and not a love affair. After the war the motto was “create, create a house”, and there was often no room for a loving and emotionally warm home. It was important to keep the appearance on the outside, what should the neighbors or the others think? The children had to function according to the motto: “As long as you put your feet under our table, what we say will be done”. Support, benevolent words or just the question of how things actually go in life are rarely experienced by many to this day.

The so-called wealthy children are heirs not only materially, but also emotionally. In recent years there has been increasing evidence that trauma is epigenetically inherited in children who were born after the war. Many fathers came back traumatized or depressed, many did not come back at all. However, the survivors had to function and work due to the role model that prevailed at the time.

For boys of the war grandchildren’s generation, this has had special consequences to this day, because the relationship between mothers and sons usually took on strongly persistent features. The husband was dead, missing or unsuitable for a loving relationship, so at least the son should stay. So mothers mentally did not release their sons, and they could not – at least internally – step by the side of their friends. Many women of the 40+ generation have therefore married mother sons and not free men. I myself had dates with 45-year-old men who, without exception, go to Mutti’s every Sunday because they have the delicious cheesecake. With a cup of Kaba. No joke! A man told me indignantly that an ex-girlfriend had once dared to put a new shower gel in his bathroom. An outrageous interference in his life! His mother chose his shower gel many years ago, and there was no alternative. The champagne glass fell from my hand in shock.

Have I had any further experiences with online dating? Of course! I’ll chat about that for the next week.

You have any questions or suggestions? Write to me! info@corinnabusch.com

© Corinna Busch Corinna Busch. Journalist, author, coach and News.at columnist

The bush drum

the new column on News.at

In Africa, New Guinea, and the American tropics, for centuries the locals used a type of drum telegraph to communicate with one another over distant distances. A bush drum. Just like our columnist, the German-Austrian Corinna Busch. With her columns she wants to connect, exchange and stimulate discussions with her readers over long distances. The bush drum will mainly deal with the issues of partnership, relationships and our social change.

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The paraplegic “” Wetten, dass ..? “” Candidate Samuel Koch still had feelings in his body for the first 40 hours after the accident on the ZDF show. “” I was able to move my arms and legs, use my hands, “says Koch in his biography” “Two Lives” “. On Sunday (9.45 p.m.) he will be a guest on Günther Jauch’s ARD talk show.

As a betting candidate, Koch had an accident on December 4, 2010 in front of millions of television viewers. He jumped over moving cars with feathers on his feet. In doing so he fell. His biography, from which the “” Bild “” newspaper published excerpts, will appear on Monday.

“” The operation was a matter of life and death “” On the Monday after, the paralysis rose up his body, said Koch. “” At noon I felt as if I was suffocating; the hemorrhage threatened to paralyze the respiratory center. “” In the evening the decision to operate was made. “” My parents felt more than they knew: This operation was a matter of life and death. “” One of the nurses at the Düsseldorf University Clinic, where he was initially treated, took care of him “” incredibly touching “” . Today Koch is the godfather of his daughter.

“” It was terrible not being able to move “” The 24-year-old describes the “” extreme pain “” after the accident, which was made unbearable by every shock, no matter how small. “” It was horrible not being able to move. I felt at the mercy of a turtle that rolled onto its armor. “” Koch was confident in the first two weeks. “” I wanted to be able to walk again! “” But the truth entered his mind bit by bit. For the first time after the accident, he cried in the intensive care unit in Nottwil, Switzerland.

The Baden-Württemberg resident spent a year in the special clinic for paraplegics. A few weeks after the accident, Thomas Gottschalk announced his retirement as the presenter of the ZDF show. Koch’s father Christoph and his sister Rebecca are also expected in Jauch’s talk show.

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Pictures with the swollen and blood-smeared faces of Angela Merkel, Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton, Aung San Suu Kyi and Sonia Gandhi have appeared on posters in Milan these days. As part of a campaign to combat violence against women, the Milanese artist and activist AleXsandro Palombo launched a poster campaign in well-known public places in Milan.

“” Just because I am a Woman “” is the title of the campaign with which 46-year-old Palombo portrays leading women in world politics as victims of violence. He wants to put the global problem of attacks on women in the foreground. No woman, not even those in top positions, is safe from violence, the road towards equal opportunities is still long, is Palombo’s message.

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Artist known for satirical works

The artist’s posters can be seen in busy places in Milan such as the entrance to the university, not far from underground stations in the center, and on the facade of the Teatro Lirico. The pop artist is known for his satirical works, with which he deals with issues such as ethics, multicultural society and human rights.

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Pictures with the swollen and blood-smeared faces of Angela Merkel, Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton, Aung San Suu Kyi and Sonia Gandhi have appeared on posters in Milan these days. As part of a campaign to combat violence against women, the Milanese artist and activist AleXsandro Palombo launched a poster campaign in well-known public places in Milan.

“” Just because I am a Woman “” is the title of the campaign with which 46-year-old Palombo portrays leading women in world politics as victims of violence. He wants to put the global problem of attacks on women in the foreground. No woman, not even those in top positions, is safe from violence, the road towards equal opportunities is still long, is Palombo’s message.

© APA / AFP / Medina

Artist known for satirical works

The artist’s posters can be seen in busy places in Milan such as the entrance to the university, not far from underground stations in the center, and on the facade of the Teatro Lirico. The pop artist is known for his satirical works, with which he deals with issues such as ethics, multicultural society and human rights.

Almost every third day women are killed in Italy

Almost every third day in Italy a woman is killed by her husband, partner or other family member. Femicide accounts for 40.3 percent of all homicides committed in the country, according to a recent study by the Eures statistical office. 142 women were murdered in 2018, one more than in 2017. The number of feminicides has remained stable in recent years, while the number of murders involving male victims has fallen by 50 percent. Italian society suffers from an image of women, according to which men see women as property, warned Italian women’s associations.

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Pictures with the swollen and blood-smeared faces of Angela Merkel, Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton, Aung San Suu Kyi and Sonia Gandhi have appeared on posters in Milan these days. As part of a campaign to combat violence against women, the Milanese artist and activist AleXsandro Palombo launched a poster campaign in well-known public places in Milan.