He is the director to his businesses. Therefore, engaging with the interviewee, I seek to establish his past social life. From the response, I gather that the interviewee was a football player at his youthful days, playing professionally in varied football leagues. With interest, I ask him about his daily schedule of his profession in football. I gather that he was a hardworking person, as well as socially engaging. The interviewee used to train physically extensively, ad as a talented player, he would depress the pains from injuries and ignore them as he played. He particularly notes his later years, when he was aging, which his leg joints began swelling and aching regularly. However, it was not until at the age of 43 years that the doctors diagnosed his arthritis condition. The condition had spread extensively and was affecting nearly all joints of the body. The excruciating pain was unbearable.
I sought to establish of his family lineage having the condition. He says his father had the same condition. Thus, I gather it is most likely he inherited the same. Seeking his course of action, I asked how often he sought medication, and his response reflected that he had regular checks whenever he felt pain. However, he never thought or imagined in his wildest imaginations that he would ever be disabled. Thus, the diagnosis of arthritis caused him distress and he at first was hesitant to believe. He sought medication wide and expensive but then realized it was a condition he could only manage and not cure. Therefore, after this realization, he adapted to regular medication and physical therapy for the condition. However, as he aged, it worsened and at age of 50 years, he began using the wheelchair, as his joints could not manage his weight. In response to the inquiry regarding the reception and perception of his family towards the condition, he notes that they were remarkably supportive and always supported him. He narrates with happiness how the family