Weekend Reads “Let's be indulgent with our mental illnesses! »: Florence Foresti confides in her anxieties and delivers a heated speech
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From October 3, spectators will be able to discover the Désordres series, on Canal +: an immersion in the life of Florence Foresti. Fans of humorist and actress Florence Foresti can ...
Fans of the humorist and actress Florence Foresti can rejoice since they can find her on Canal + in the Désordres series, from October 3.
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A show in which the actress embodies her own role since it is a documentary series where the spectator follows her in her own life . Episodes where intimacy therefore has its place and where life is not always pink. Like everyone, Florence Foresti has soft blows and does not hide it in this documentary series dedicated to her. On the contrary, the 48 -year -old humorist does not pretend in this new Canal + production and breaks with the received ideas that we could have on her and her crazy life. On the contrary, the artist approaches the anxieties to which she is subject and which tarnish life. A situation not always easy to manage as she confided in the columns of Télé Star: "I just hope to guilty those who suffer from anxious disorders. Let's be indulgent with our mental illnesses! Maybe if I show that I sometimes need antidepressants to succeed in living, it will help the sick. ”
In disorders, Florence Foresti also addresses her situation as a single mother who must manage alternate custody with Julien Mayor, the dad of girl Toni (15 years old).
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