“Learning to really love yourself”, Nadège Beausson-Diagne’s message
Our Monday motivational message – For this week is about self-love, again !
It is a work of every moment that requires perseverance and also a good dose of empathy. Because, we are often our first judges. Or conversely, we are very accommodating with our own shortcomings.
For French actress Nadège Beausson-Diagne, let’s learn how to become “best friend” with ourselves@nadegebeaussondiagne
“Learn to really love each other. A work of every moment. Beyond the tests, psychotraumatisms related to what I underwent, I want to tell you that there is no inevitability and that we can get by. The work of psychological reconstruction is indispensable. I’m becoming my best friend again. That’s why I created the collective #memepaspeur that fights against sexual violence and that I talked about what had happened to me. Yes work on oneself is difficult but essential to recover the meaning of one’s life! Together we are changing the mentalities and stains in our society of protecting children and severely punishing pedocriminality that ruins entire lives. A child is never consenting. I can not change what happened to me in the past, but my psychoanalytic work has helped me to do something constructive.”
Nadège Beausson-Diagne is an actress and producer with Ivorian origins. As comfortable at the theater as in the movies, she also played for television. We find her in french series like Pep’s or Plus Belle la Vie (where she played the Police captain Sara Douala). Very committed, the actress is at the head of the collective Même pas peur (Even not afraid) who intends to raise awareness and fight against pedocriminality.
Nadège Beausson-Diagne is also one of the 16 actresses behind the initiative “Noire n’est pas mon métier” (Black is not my job)
This group of French actresses initiated by the Afro-parisian actress Aissa Maiga made the buzz at the Cannes Film Festival in 2018. For her members, French actresses of African origin should not be confined to clichés. A book was committed by the Collective: “Noire n’est pas mon métier” (Black is not my job). ©Dzaleu.com