Hi folks (Ladies!!!!),
I hope you are all GOOD and had a great weekend. Do you like the new amazing retro vintage layout? Ahaha, I am glad to announce you the new birth of PTSD Beautiful Trauma 2.0. It’s been three weeks now. Much has happened. We are back in a strange lock down situation, in France. And Belgium. A few more restrictions are happening in Italy, too, where my family and friends live. There is more paranoia than Covid, am I allowed to speak so? Done. Where am I at with the book? I am awaiting for last questions from my caring translator. His name is Joe, he is American, living in Rome, married 🙂 and veteran firefighter in Pennsylvania. The fact that he liked the story, and got passionate about it, it is a major factor to accomplishment and motivation for me. Well, I also had a few very important calls in the past month. Lance, the GI Joe, from the Warrior Quest Retreat, Orlando, Florida, which I let you explore in the homepage, and the Public Outreach Coordinator of a Pleural Mesothelioma Center from Wilmington, Delaware. Their guide looks complete and free to assist people like this:
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In case, I am keeping my podcast regular out every Sahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFMCFXWbJrA&feature=emb_logoturday, I am on #3 Diana Speaks! https://www.podcastics.com/podcast/diana-speaks/ I am exploring our deepest fears taking advantage of Halloween Season, of course, and unfortunately for French friends, I decided to behead the french podcast “Dingue, derrière mon badge” (is that gallows humour, considering the last striking horrific news in the French Country? Maybe, it’s my friends faults, they are all broken and grumpy lol). To be frank, I am just adjusting to my time management. I will focus on the website, the book release and podcasting in ONE language. Not bad. I will keep you updated. Leave comments if you like what I am doing, and feel free to support my work. I always appreciate it. Until soon, Diana 😉 x
Who is Diana?
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