Joachim Boldsen is today a reporter for TV3 Sport, where he covers the premier League, most of all, but in the past he has been a celebrated håndboldstjerne, who has played in big clubs like Flensburg Handewitt and FC Barcelona.
Before he took the switch to the Spanish team, he was stopped by AaB Handball, and by his side he had his wife Nancy Boldsen.
She tells now about how it was to move to Aalborg in 2007, when it ran on the rails of her husband, while she herself was lonely and was suffering from postnatal depression, after she moved away from his loved ones in Kolding.
"We had set us on, that we would like to Spain, and since it was not for nothing, and he was offered a good contract in Aalborg, which he could not say no to – it, I thought, was really hard. In fact, it was there, I saw perhaps the only time in our lives, I had nothing to say. It was him, who came down there and said: ’Try to hear here, it is me, who is dependent on here. It is me who earns the money, so it is here, we do.’ It was something that was a little hard, but I can easily follow him," she says in the podcast's Second to the Left' with the landlady, Stephanie Fish, although there is spillerkone for the Brøndby-player Kasper Fisker and also has tried to move away from everything familiar.
"At the time I was a student, and I was on maternity leave and had no income in the same way - at all. I should in principle just go home on maternity leave and enjoy myself with our daughter, but I was smarter," adds Nancy Boldsen, who is from the island of Falster, but for many years has lived in Copenhagen, where her entourage is.
When she moves to boston, their daughter Fleur four months old.
"I was placed in the house with the little Fleur, and I had it not good, I must just say. It was simply lonely, and I knew not a single one. I took my phone out, and there was not one nearby, I could call, which Supertotobet I could visit."
"At that time he had also said yes to be in the dancing with the stars, and it was a joint decision, but he was also in the process of writing a book, so he had mega busy and was not much at home, and I was just really lonely."
"I was really upset about it, and I can remember that I talked with my sister. She is a midwife and had just moved to Spain at the time, and she said: 'I think you have a touch of postnatal depression'."
"I was such a little, it may well be that I have it, and then I read a little about it. And so I had all the symptoms. Complete. I can remember that I sat and was completely in shock. I had it's not good. And there is a reason that I don't have it good, and it was not only because we had moved to a new town and I was lonely. It escalated just there."
Nancy Boldsen took his sister's advice to heart and invited sundshedsplejersken home for a chat, who bad managed to get in once, before Nancy Boldsen bread together.
"I can remember that she (sundshedsplejersken, red.) rang at the door, this stranger lady, and the first thing she asked about was ’how are you?’, and then it broke I just completely together in front of a completely strange woman. I could not hang together."
In the time after that, Nancy Boldsen difficult just to go out with the garbage or clean up and act. It also went out over breastfeeding, then her daughter Fleur took on, as she should, like Nancy Boldsen even lost weight.
Her mood was at rock bottom.
"Joachim fled a bit from it and had a wife who was after him constantly, and he couldn't do anything right. It was a hard time," she says in the podcast.
today Joachim and Nancy Boldsen three children. The depression has come as much at a distance, that there are profits to having a dog in the family.Date Of Update: 23 November 2019, 08:00