sorry to hear that Max. to me it sounds like "the usual", because i've had this with many knives, especially Spydies actually.
i always just take a coarse sharpening stone and grind it from the edge down to the spine in a strong drawing motion, following the general curvature of the blade. once you've established a pointy tip again, you can resharpen the part you grinded (start with a coarse stone, you'll need it since it's now very dull edge around the tip). never grind from the spine to the edge, because it will look like crap in the end, and be careful with power-tool grinders because they can ruin the tempering of the steel. elbow-grease is usally the best method in cases like this
granted a crude method, and you'll end up with a Mili with a ParaMili bladelength ;-), but that's the general method of 'fixing' such problems. ofcourse you can always buy a new Mili, or see if the guys at Spyderco-service are in a benevolent mood :-).