🎙 Andrea Ranocchia è stato intervistato da Sky Sport. Il difensore è carico per il ritorno in Champions League 🗣: "Aspettavamo questo momento da troppo tempo. Essere in Europa è fondamentale per il progetto" ⚫🔵
🎙 Andrea Ranocchia was interviewed by Sky Sport. The defender is charged for the return to the Champions League 🗣: "We have been waiting for this moment for too long, being in Europe is fundamental for the project" ⚫🔵
Sometimes I get excited doing switches so early in the morning while in Brooklyn especially if I'm outside a cemetery because there's nobody there to complain about noise and ask me stupid questions. Now please if you know any dead people who might get offended by this video please don't tag them..............😶😉🤔🤓😳🤪🤣😂😱 OHHHHHHHHH YEAAAAAAAAAH keeping it sarcastically #savagefree and #onpoint here at #gaetademolition this fine Saturday morning and that's #truth and #facts from me #BrianFuckingLyonsInThe125
I’m taking the next step (not even sorry for that pun!) in my recovery and speaking at the Central NJ #NEDAWalk on the 22nd — yes, we are exactly two weeks away!
When I was in the depths of my eating disorder, public speaking was a goal I had always kept in the back of my mind for the day I felt more ready. I still have worries and fears, but honestly, it’s just part of the process. My voice could be shaky, I could speed up my speech due to anxiety, or I could forget to fully exhale after each sentence, and that is ok!
A theme I’ve noticed with eating disorders is how many sufferers struggle with perfectionism. I struggled with that, but in a less traditional sense — I would refuse to try anything new due to crippling anxiety, fearful of making mistakes and not being as good as others. If that makes me “lazy” or “pathetic” in the eyes of others who don’t want to understand mental illness, once again, that is ok with me!
I’ve learned that my struggles are valid.
People who don’t know you don’t get to dictate who you are and how real a struggle is.
As a fat person in recovery, I’m also very vocal of how weight loss/gain doesn’t equal “sickness” or “recovered”. I’ll be speaking about how these different aspects intertwined with my struggles and how ultimately, I reclaimed a lot that was meant to shame me.
As anxious as I am for this event, I’m so excited!
I’m road-tripping with two good friends there and I can’t wait to meet new friends!
Overall, I’m really proud of the progress I’ve made to get here. I’m not perfect and I don’t think I’m the best person ever! I just think that pride is important to take in because we often undermine our triumphs. I’m always filled with joy to share my stories with you because those of us in recovery get to hold onto hope for everyone else who hasn’t found their way yet, and I think that’s really beautiful and special; we’re here to show you that you’re capable and worthy, too.
You don’t have to work yourself sick to try to be perfect. You don’t have to hide yourself away to escape the fear of never measuring up. Show up as you are. You are enough. [@neda walk details in my bio]