“I don’t wish it on anyone…”: the powerful reflection of Cristián Arriagada almost five years after the death of Javiera Suárez

“I don’t wish it on anyone…”: the powerful reflection of Cristián Arriagada almost five years after the death of Javiera Suárez
“I don’t wish it on anyone…”: the powerful reflection of Cristián Arriagada almost five years after the death of Javiera Suárez

In a recent interview, the plastic surgeon Cristian Arriagada shared a painful confession almost five years after the departure of his wife, the journalist Javiera Suarezmother of his only son, Pedro Milagros.

It should be remembered that the communicator passed away on June 12, 2019 after a tough battle against melanoma, a serious type of skin cancer.

In a conversation with the podcast “More than Headlines”, Arriagada spoke about his grieving process and what it has been like for him to face fatherhood with the absence of his wife.

When asked how “he has recovered” five years after the journalist’s death, the doctor responded that “I wouldn’t know how to answer that right away, but yes.” I think that experiences of this type make you grow heavy”.

Either you grow or you die along the way, it doesn’t have many nuances. And when you die, you die not literally, but you die inside, you turn off and your life flattens out.”he continued.

Along the same lines, Arriagada confessed that “for meAlthough I don’t wish it on anyone, and if I could avoid it, I would avoid it every day of the week, the experience of living death so close, I believe, infinitely enriched my life experience.”.

I think we have constructed a story or an idea of ​​extreme separation between life and death (…) The interesting thing to understand is that every minute that passes, every day that passes, one day passed away, that moment will never come back. When you live life connected with the idea that each experience and opportunity is unique and will not be repeated, it effectively acquires value.. You start to look at it with different eyes,” explained Arriagada.

The doctor recalled that Javiera experienced the process “in an extremely resilient way and added a lot of value to his life”. “Everything is like a little bit in the story you want to tell yourself. If you are a victim in life, ‘why me, what happened to me’, game over, the story is over. But on the contrary, when you start to look back and see the value that each of those moments, each of those experiences, those long conversations had,” Arraigada said.

“You think, five years since, but the time we had, which was 3 years dealing with the disease. Time that is elastic stretches out, that in itself was already a life”, he expressed.

Later, the surgeon noted that “I am 44 years old, they are gone, but I have a child who is 7 (Pedro) and I can instill this in him from that age. On the one hand, how lucky he is to live with this hype and how lucky I am to be able to pass it on to him. For me, therein lies the value of everything that comes and everything that has happened.”

Returning to the initial question about “how he has recovered,” Arriagada confessed that “I think it has been difficult, but it has been a very special stage, in which the focus has been Pedro”.

The focus has been to accompany and guide him in this stage of living without. And that you have a house, a home, a family, a look at the future, a look at the present, affection, love and support. And at the same time wisdom to grow from what life gave him,” said Cristián Arriagada.

 
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