MARIE PARIE PERFORMING AT CELEBRITY CENTER-HOLLYWOOD
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Let others know how you feel. Which is very hard for me, as i’ve never shared on Social media my down moments. So i get it, it’s tough
Thank you for all the friends that have been taking care of me emotionally via social media and more.
When in depression, take care of your people who need you, though you feel like you’re broken
Learn a new skill. Find out something that’s challenging, this is what I did
I m learning how to edit videos on youtube. I created this compilation. It’s a test to see if i’m doing a bit ok, so I can continue. Feel free to say any opinion, I wont’ be offended as I’m learning
All though you may feel like getting better, be careful of giving your power to people who may say hurtful things to you. Stay away and don’t engage in that.
SeeK a professional help if you see that your’e going more down and not up. Even ER can help you get stable, so always consult with a professional. Everyone has a different reaction and sometimes meditation is not enough. there’s even an article to describe “HOW TO MEDITATE is not enough.I’m only sharing my own experience, and techniques, so since everyone is different.
If someone is judging you, you’ll have to stay away even if they are close to you, as it’s dangerous to be mistreated by the ones you love when things aren’t looking so bright. This shouldn’t happen anyway if they love you, family, extended family, close friends, you name it. They should know you enough and support you.
here’s an article for Community volunteer work and abilities Giving to others, allows us to get out of our head. Potentially, silence the head voice, and meet new people that can inspire us to feel better.
Be with kids or #animals as they can make you laugh and have fun. Something is very therapeutic and calms emotions to be surrounded with innocence and love. Both kids and animals require you to put all your attention on them, like that you’ll stop the voices, if you like Joel Osteen, he elaborates on the voices in your head or what we call stories that control our behavior.
Make sure to pick a sport like swimming, or so, just to keep your body moving, dancing, singing, drawing, makeup,model, songwriting whatever it is that can distract you. it’s not about being a perfect dancer but to be free and channel your emotions to feel more positive vibe.
Take a walk in #nature, Trees are healing, These are most of the steps i myself use, of course everyone is different. walking outside is relaxing as well, and nature provides oxygen which is very important. Staring at nature or objects far away, can be also healing, as this technique is used by a lot of people.
Email me: email@example.com comments or thoughts to help others, as they would love to hear your own experience, as sometimes one word can virtually save a soul and make a difference.
Disclaimer: All of the above is based on a personal experience or other people's personal experience, I have witnessed. Please know I'm not a therapist or a doctor. This is just to share the tips that potentially can help you get a control of your anxiety. Everyone is different, if you need medical care, please refer to a professional.
A guest (Marie Parie) wears a ‘Make France Great Again’ dress attends the ‘A Gentle Creature (Krotkaya)’ screening during the 70th annual Cannes Film Festival at Palais des Festivals on May 25, 2017 in Cannes, France.
With a click of her blue-bob wig, Marie Parie turns to face the tuxedo-clad photographers at a premiere in Cannes as others on the red carpet pause to wonder where they might have seen her before.
The truth is, Parie is not really famous, but is one of many ambitious young performers hoping for a career-boosting break at Cannes where she has blagged her way onto the red carpet almost every night of the two-week festival.
With an arm draped over a security guard outside the Palais des Festivals, Parie sings a few lines of her song “Ice Cream”, a saucy rap song that has been seen 100,000 times on YouTube.
“I want to see French people smiling and laughing,” Parie told Reuters as she posed for photos with tourists on the Croisette, her love-heart sunglasses and lace hat topped with a French tricolour making sure she gets noticed, and possibly taken for a star.
“This is the red carpet – this is where we go, it’s really nice,” she said, pointing to the steps that this year have carried Dustin Hoffman, Will Smith and Nicole Kidman into the heart of the world’s most prestigious film festival.
For Parie, born in Paris and now living in Los Angeles, it’s not about the movies, it’s about the exposure and the experience.
“Basically today is a different movie, I don’t know yet which one. But yesterday was awesome, it was amazing, it was packed. It’s just great to go there, it’s a great feeling.”