“I’d give a lot to be old Mariska, but that’s not the case anymore. Old Mariska was always busy with everyone, except myself. I could do everything, did everything, and was there for everyone. Nothing was too much.” I explained. “I am too young to do anything and hand everything over.”
Now that’s different. For the time being, Mariska takes priority, and then it’s the rest’s turn. However, her husband France often has to hit the brakes in her place. “Sometimes Mariska doesn’t see her own limits, she crosses them again,” said the singer.
The first months after her cerebral infarction are logically intense for the Bauer family, and it often happens that Mariska sits outside in a winter coat to avoid crowding. She also spends a lot of time on the couch during the first four months. “My head was really nothing. I slept a lot. I think I was up maybe an hour and a half a day. That’s how I spent the first months,” says Mariska.
Fortunately, Maris is doing much better now, and the goal for 2023 is to sit through her husband France’s full prom again. “She’s come a long way and we all know that. But she still has a long way to go,” said the singer.
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