The pain of Dodi Battaglia for the death of Paola Toeschi’s wife: he was a guest of Silvia Toffanin at Verissimo
A little more than a month from the death from Paola Toeschi, the husband Dodi Battaglia, well-known singer of Pooh, he decided to speak for the first time of his pain. The artist who has been a guest from Silvia Toffanin, in the program very true he talked about what he and his daughter are going through.
A sudden loss is one that has suffered the famous guitarist. He talked about what he has lived the woman, before leaving this world forever.
In the interview that will air this afternoon, Sunday 17 October to channel 5, the man decided to tell with an open heart the tragic mourning he suffered.
Paola Toeschi was fighting hers battle against the cancer for several years now. After the discovery and all the treatments she went through, she seemed to have won that challenge. In fact, for doctors it was healed.
However, a short time later, during a routine check they found that the tumor had returned. However, this time it was more aggressive before. In fact, despite the doctors’ attempts, there was nothing for her to do. Dodi Battaglia on his own last days of life he said:
It is much harder than I could have imagined. It is a pain that does not go away even physically. The last few months have been devastating. I lived hugged to her. I talked to her all day.
I met her with a smile and she left with a smile. Although the disease never changed his attitude towards life, he never had a tantrum or lost faith.
Dodi Battaglia’s account of how his daughter Sofia is dealing with her mother’s death
Paola Toeschi and her husband Dodi in 2010 they also had a daughter, who is called Sofia. Unfortunately, the little girl was left without her mother and her father is now doing what he can for help her to overcome this lost. In fact about this the man said:
Sofia and I are slowly reorganizing our lives. I canceled all my commitments until the end of the year to be close to her. I will only do seminars, but next year I want to play with my band again.