The former Genoese tronista of Men and Women and former choice of Sophie Codegoni shared a touching video on social media talking about a particularly difficult moment she experienced and the importance of asking for help.
Thex Genoese tronista of Men and Women and former choice of Sophie Codegoni Matteo Ranieri, he shared a touching video on social media talking about a particularly difficult moment he experienced and the importance of asking for help and support from professional figures who can really lift us up.
Men and Women, Matteo Ranieri: “Don’t be ashamed, you are not the only ones who have bad moments and difficult periods, we don’t talk about it much because it hurts”
Matteo he shared the video minutes after finishing a meeting with the Psychologist.
“Yesterday I decided to make this video – wrote Matteo in the caption – Looking at it now I realized that I forgot many things that I would have liked to say. But this is the price of spontaneity. I could do it again at home, improving the words, and saying everything what now comes to mind with a clear mind. But it wouldn’t have been the same. In the video I say that “I do it because it’s important to talk about it”, and I believe it a lot. But now that I’m here writing I think I did it in part also for one of my needs. Perhaps to exorcise a little this malaise, which always presents itself without invitation. What I’m trying to say with my words is: if you’re not well, try asking for a little help. Don’t be ashamed, don’t you are the only ones who have bad moments and difficult periods, it’s just that little is said about it, because it hurts. It hurt me too. I’m sure not everyone will be able to understand, but it doesn’t matter. “The sea is made of drops”.
L’former tronista he then accompanied the post with a video in which he declared:
“I would say it went quite well with the psychologist, in the sense that – even from my face it probably doesn’t look like it – I’m better” Matteo began on Instagram – It helped me, it always helps me because going to work on ourselves is important. Both when we are worse than when we are well, even more so when we are not well. (…) I think it is important to talk about it regardless. I am an extremely shy person, but I also understand that it is important to bare ourselves sometimes. Since we share a lot bullshit, pass me the term. When I’m not well I search on the internet, right? I try to write what I feel to try to find someone who has what I have and perhaps feel less alone. So as not to think I’m strange, crazy …I would like to see a video where a boy or a girl says: “Oh, look, I’m sick too, don’t worry, you can work on it. I’m also working on myself to get better.”
Matteo he then continued:
“The first time I went to the psychologist I was sixteen years old, it was after a panic attack, and then I worked on myself. Because then when you have it, when you have a panic attack, the biggest fear you have What you have is that it comes back to you, that it comes to you again. It’s a sensation that cannot be defined in words… However, if you have an attack it means that there is something wrong. And so you have to follow a path and work on this thing. ..(…).”
“Going to the psychologist isn’t stupid. I know a lot of people who pretend they don’t have problems, people who don’t accept being sick. But they don’t move on afterwards…I had a huge ‘lapse’ when I was 24 after a bereavement in family. I say this sincerely: if the psychologist hadn’t been there to help me, I don’t know… I couldn’t see the light at all, I was in a dark tunnel. Last thing: don’t wait to end up in ‘limbo’, as I call it, like it happened to me. Because then it’s really tough… So my advice is this: are you not well? Try to take a course with a psychologist because therapy can help you a lot. It can make you understand a lot about yourself and this is important.”
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