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"I wanted to stop": the overwhelming confidences of Charlotte Valandrey on her illness

 © Laurent Benhamou/Sipa "I wanted to stop": the overwhelming confidences of Charlotte Valandrey on her illness Almost all her life Charlotte Valandrey fought against the disease. To our colleagues from Gala, the actress had confided in her moments of doubt and her lack of desire to fight. Words heavy with meaning today. On Wednesday July 13, Charlotte Valandrey died out after years fighting against the disease. At the age of 17, the young actress discovered her HIV status.

Léa Salamé inquiète pour son avenir à la télé ? Ses confidences sans filtre © Pierre Perusseau / Bestimage Léa Salamé worries for her future on TV? His filter -free confidences in an interview with Michel Cymes and shared Friday July 29, 2022 on Dr. Good's Instagram account, Léa Salamé confided in her fear of failure. Despite her success, the Star journalist of the Morning of France Inter fears to be "turned". Léa Salamé will present alone "We are live" from the start of the school year

but his success did not make his fear of failure disappear. "I'm afraid that tomorrow, I get fired", she says. A fear accentuated by a new challenge: from the start of the school year, Léa Salamé will present alone the program on is live, without Laurent Ruquier . "Me, I say to everyone:‘ Here, it is 50-50 ’. 50 % like I can do it, 50 % like I fail," said Michel Cymes. The journalist nevertheless finds a positive side to all her anxieties. Indeed, her visceral fear of failure was "always a engine too", and she explains that she knew how to tame it, little by little, since even if it is still present, this concern is "less there" daily.

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Léa Salamé also wishes to keep her feet on the ground: it is not because everything smiles at him today that he will be the same tomorrow. And, even if success turns her back on her, she will be able to get up. "If tomorrow, it doesn't work, I'm not going to do malignant, but I don't have the impression that it is the end of my life or that everything is screwed up, or that my career will stop" , she underlines. Léa Salamé is convinced that having left Lebanon, her country of origin then at war, had an impact on the way she apprehends life.

"It is the syndrome of the exile. You are always afraid that at one point - even if you got there, even if you have been perfectly integrated - we tell you: 'It's over!' I Think that this fear, my father transmitted it to me. "

Anthony Delon: his touching confidences in the last days of her mother Nathalie

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