Hi Crew. ** It’s reunion time here.** Did you have a good year? or did you feel abandoned? This come back sounds pretty good to me, since I have a new Restart. First, I want you to **congratulate** with me:) If you read through my storytelling : in 2015 went through these Paris attacks ( aftermath of a long term stress disorder ) panic attacks and anxiety manifestation ( 6 months later my fucking fake alert ) declared unfit to previous job ( hotel assistant ) had to retrain for a different service got validation – after 3 years – for the … Continue reading Back for good.
The blanket that you can see in this picture is my crocheting during november 2015. Yes, in that weekend of blank and fear, and loss (I lost my colleague on 14th for a stroke), my first thought was put off all telephones, facebook, medias and concentrate on crocheting colourful wool. The final result is not what I expected or hoped for, and I admit that the blanket is not properly squared like it should in the pattern. Never mind! Crocheting is what I go back to when I need a rest from outworlds occupations and worries. Well, I finally included … Continue reading Making horror Something Beautiful. Bonjour, Paris.
1 Floral tributes outside the Bataclan Theatre in memory of the victims of the Paris attacks Patricia Casey Email On Friday, November 13 2015, a series of terror attacks erupted in Paris. They were mercilessly launched on people gathered at various social outlets and events in order to maximise the carnage. A football match was the first target in this co-ordinated killing spree. This was followed by shootings at restaurants and cafes and finally a metal concert in the Bataclan Theatre. Hostages were taken there also. A total of 130 lost their lives and over 4,000 were injured, almost 100 … Continue reading Terror victims study proves our resilience.
Hi, I am the author of my new baby born book titled « PTSD Beautiful Trauma », a memoir of my journey coping with PTSD, after Paris attacks (2015-2016). My workplace was involved in both attacks, January and November. After Charlie Hebdo’s board office’s attack and the printing house’s owner held hostage my hotel was the theater … Source: 8 Keys to Build Up Your Resilience Continue reading 8 Keys to Build Up Your Resilience. Coping with PTSD. Author: Me 🙂
PTSD Beautiful Trauma It was september 2015, I finally got my sick leave after a long stressful time and, not by chance, I went to the doctor office to ask for a ( life changing ) prescription. When I came out I got a burn out sentence. Yes, it was happening to Me, for real. “Me? Mrs Perfect and Wonder Woman? Go away.” Time to make a point, to say the least, and realise which were my real needs and prior Values. My memoir is half journaling, half potential distopic sci-fiction. Definitely, it was my best company, and writing has been the first self-help … Continue reading Self Publishing. First book: check!
Me too, I have been in and out Facebook, and MySpace, when it was the time for going social. People see you leaving and back, and again, they might be confused and wonder about our mental and social stability. They are right. The point is, … who cares? Do you miss something? Photo albums from your friends holiday vacations, do they really mind about yours? What are you eating, at the restaurant, when you finally quitted attending restaurants can be so frustrating, right? Dating with someone pretty, because she is on the Facebook, posting sexy pictures, and she is adding … Continue reading Social Media vs Self Care. Good match!
When I first started this blog, I wanted to put black on white my personal experience refered to PTSD after Paris attacks. First, because I felt a need to leave a legacy, and second, I wanted to share my journey to Self discovery and possibly, to different ways to get better and, yes, change your life. During two years I have been writing every day, a memoir, in case I turned into madness, or long term memory loss, or something very bad could happen to me. Well, I have felt in danger, as if I was going to die, for … Continue reading Brian Clark and 9/11. On a positive note.