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Diana speaks.

Diana speaks.

Despite to pain and struggling, trauma's benefits make you creative.

By Diana

Post–traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that’s triggered by a terrifying event — either experiencing it or witnessing it. Symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares and severe anxiety, as well as uncontrollable thoughts about the event. Well, it’s much more than that and it does not define you a little inch of your body, mind and spirit. This weekly podcast will share coping techniques and my journey through a personal transformation in the aftermath of surreal and tragic events occured in between 2015 and 2017. At that time I was hotel assistant in Paris for a global company. The purpose of my presence on social media is to spread PTSD awareness and burnout/suicide prevention. You will learn mindfulness technique by french psychiatrist Christophe André, and learning tips on how to be more resilient with philosopher and neuropsychiatrist Boris Cyrulnik. "Diana" supports and collaborates with first-responders and combat veterans who struggle everyday behind the badge.      

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Let me introduce you to Diana.
As Empath I have been through a transformational journey which started with Mental Health.
16 min /
The Joke.
The fake alert at the hotel in Paris following Charlie Hebdo.
15 min /
Which is your deepest fear?
15 min /
Diana Speaks about Denial.
My tribute to Bataclan attack: 131st victim is recognized as PTSD.
21 min /
Diana Speaks Bonus #5
Ku Klus Klan and Jidaism: connecting the dots?
6 min /
Next scream could be yours #6
Secret Service agent's story about PTSD and why you should support Warrior Quest Usa.
20 min /
Diana Speaks about Sex Offenders #7.
The letter of a penfriend, written in one of most severe Californian prisons, who has been arrested in 2000s for allegations, as sex offender.
18 min /
My Name is Sinead O'Connor.
The letter to Irish Times by the Irish singer, and songwriter, in 1993.
6 min /
Poem "Next Time" by Karl Tearney - British combat veteran.
It would be ambitious to say that this recording was inspired by Roger Waters and his artwork The Wall.
3 min /

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