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Self

Lying made me grow

If the lie is "human intellectual virtuosity", as Boris Cyrulnik asserts, it does not necessarily represent an unforgivable fault. It can also be a proof of respect for others or open a space of freedom in itself. The actress Pascale Arbillot, the novelist Nina Bouraoui and the humorist Elie Semoun confess us a beneficent lie.
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Self

Rebuilding confidence, it's possible!

I have been following therapies for years it has been extraordinary. I learned to listen to others, it did me a lot of good. I was always shut up on me. Thanks to psychologists, I learned to trust myself and move forward despite my failures. I was afraid of life and people, I did not talk to anyone. Today, I'm slowly learning to go to people and that's wonderful.
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Couple

Privilege emotional autonomy!

Jacques Salomé Diane's message Systematically my companion and I are fighting every Sunday. It happens even several times a day. We have known each other for several months and until now, we have laughed a lot together. We are in our thirties, good jobs, and have never been married. We have each lived as a couple but have no children.
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Culture

Marie Drucker: "Work protects me from my doubts

Where did you find the strength to react in this way? Marie Drucker: These are my twenty-eight years of life that have allowed me. And the education I received. We really realize what your parents left you when they disappear. When my father died, I realized he had given me the keys to independence. It is an immediate comfort that allows you to survive.
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Me

For the right to vote at age 12

Maturity and citizenship are becoming less and less identifiable. For philosopher Yves Michaux, children would have a future facing the values ​​of an aging population. Isabelle Maury Psychologies: Does the civic majority at 18 mean the transition to adulthood? Yves Michaud: Intellectually yes. To be an adult is etymologically to stop growing.
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