The energetic high five seemed like a demonstration of success and was heard across the climbing gym in Berlin’s Prenzlauer Berg on this Sunday afternoon.
Climbing is Felix’s, 36 years old, and his nephews Elias’s, 14, hobby, that connects them since years.
“Elias is my sister’s son. Since he was born I helped take care of him. I am not in a relationship and don’t have any kids, so I can spend a lot of my free time with him. I really feel like he’s my kid and it also helps out my sister”, Felix tells us with pride in his voice.
He is a young, emerging lawyer, currently earning his PhD, and seems bright and fit.
“Since I don’t have a family of my own, but love to share, I really enjoy investing my time and money into Elias. I really want to help him succeed, especially in those difficult teenage years”, Felix stresses while he laughs.
“I would have really liked to have an uncle to help me out when I was his age”, he adds.
He would really enjoy having a place where his nephew and he himself could network and establish valuable contacts for life.
It could be during a workout in the gym, working in a co-working space, or while attending fun or educational events and seminars.
Maybe this place could also provide a space for teenagers to hang out independently and have a good time, where their parents know they are safe.
A gym with spa and multiple restaurants that consider a healthy lifestyle are high on his priority list.
After this inspirational and encouraging talk we said goodbye, but not before telling Felix about the opportunity to take on a parental sponsorship at The Olive House, which could fulfill all these wishes and help his sister out a lot.
Felix and Elias left the gym with a drink in their hands and excitement in their eyes.
Because The Olive House takes care of all their needs and fulfills her wishes. Here they can check their problems at the door and enjoy their family carefree.
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