If Michael stone thinks to the last three and a half years with his mother, he comes up with a frightening sentence on the lips. “What I’ve experienced, I wouldn’t wish that on my worst enemy.” Even as an 82-Year-old, his mother governed her household, almost alone, told stone. Then it was gone rapidly from bad to worse. He had to hire a nurse and his mother every weekend visits. “In the end I see you just Die,” says stone. For the care he had diverted on a monthly basis 700 Euro out of the tight family budget.