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Diana

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  • Birthday 03/23/1974
  1. Secret Service agent's story about PTSD and why you should support Warrior Quest Usa. This Saturday I am introducing Samantha Horowitz, author of The silent fall: a secret service agent's story of Tragedy and Triumph after 9/11. I invite you to check out her interview on my post blog or Facebook First Responders 911 Podcast. She is sharing her experience of PTSD and how she got to know what PTSD were in the aftermath of 9/11, where she could escape from the basement, before the fall. I am also announcing the next action I will try on IG to support the Warrior Quest Usa in Orlando, Florida, and giving you some details why I've chosen this no-profit. https://www.facebook.com/ptsd911movie/videos/210092690515849
  2. Ku Klus Klan and Jidaism: connecting the dots? Is there any relationship between the terrorist groups from last century and today's suicide bombing? Which similarities? If we could defeat KKK ....can we get rid of these terror attacks in Europe? Which are the responsabilities of our Governements and what is missing here? Is there any Counterculture? Is there any spiritual leader speaking to reassure ordinary people?
  3. My tribute to Bataclan attack: 131st victim is recognized as PTSD. Accepting to be traumatized is not simple. The first time that I heard the word "traumatisée" was one year and a half later than the unexpected events. I did not know much about PTSD. I did not consider that PTSD could apply to civilians or other than combat veterans and sexual assaults. I had the first symptoms like panic attack, hypervigilance and anxiety/anger outburst/sleep burnout months later. As I refer in the episode #2 The Joke, there were no tragedy; to be frank, in my head, that event was not relevant. What if I would have been caught in that other event of 13th November? Would I be here speaking? If you want to read about Guillaume Valette check out here : https://www.thelocal.fr/20171127/paris-bataclan-survivor-commits-suicide-two-years-after-terror-attack If you want to read about Survivor Guilt check out Sydney here : https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/survivor-parkland-school-shooting-sydney-aiello-kills-herself-n986266
  4. Let me introduce you to the magic of eastern breathing techniques. The quality of your breathing gives you information about your lifestyle and your personality. Between 2016 and 2020, I have been practicing these techniques to focus my mind, grounding, and find center. In 2018 I have attended a course in Paris of Sophrology (Mindfulness), but something did not resonate with me. I felt that I could not become a therapist and put my practice into service to others as anybody would do in a modern world. Until one day (last tuesday), bells in my head have convinced me to take some action, and I could not find any better than sharing my learning skills with you. Namasté !!
  5. Preventing conflicts is the work of politics; establishing peace is the work of education and mind management. Created to give you key tools to help you de-stress, drive, confidence and mood. PTSD Beautiful Trauma 2.0 is all about coping skills and relaxation resources. Quickly relieve stress with free relaxation scripts and audio downloads, and self-help techniques. **Spoiler ** in March 2020, Prince Harry, or just Harry, published a platform for Mental Fitness called "Headfit for Life". It was addressed in particular to military personnel in order to help them to keep their mind trained, and fit, to reach their potential. My veteran friend D. told me that it was not helpful for him. He's been a RAF engineer for many years, and he needs to soothe his brain more often (he sleeps three hours per night). A method called Mindfulness/Sophrology is now used in the British military schools, and french hospitals, but it's not working for everybody. In case it's teasing you, and you want to give a try, I am using my breathing techniques and my voice to guide you. In lock down, I find it more playful than doing it by yourself, especially, if you don't have a clou of what we are talking about. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to your first free course in Meditation. It all started in a Veteran Day... x
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    Not-So-Scary.

    Which is your deepest fear? After sabotaging my French Podcast (!), I have been collecting my ideas around Death Fear and Panic. Since the terror attacks are back in the news, in France, I made my choice to split completely the topics and move to serious staff like the Underworld and, uh, ghosts.... It's Halloween!!!!! Enjoy x
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    The Joke.

    The fake alert at the hotel in Paris following Charlie Hebdo. Get ready for roller-coasting😉 We are living extreme times. You will see how fragmented is the tale about the fake alert. And how I change my voice tone, from the initial hesitation to a safer place, telling you the myth of Orpheus and Euridyce. Touchy topic. Just started. Await for your comments, I appreciate it.
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    Diana speaks.

    Despite to pain and struggling, trauma's benefits make you creative. 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.
  9. As Empath I have been through a transformational journey which started with Mental Health. Thanks to a Law Enforcement Officer, named Badge Tony, today still active on service, I finally took courage to share my PTSD journey in France. This podcast is translated from "Dingue, derrière Mon Badge" which means "Nuts, behind the badge". It's meant not only for first-responders, or the veteran family, of course, instead it's beyond flags and uniforms. It's global and inclusive. Respect x
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