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|Member Since:||Nov 25, 2013|
Born January 27th, 1979 in Meudon-la-Forêt (92), near Paris. Daughter of Bruno Dey and Monique Cassert.
In 2003, I joined GEFCO as communication assistant, and this for six years. In parallel, I studied psychology and get my bachelor's degree. Fascinated by architecture and the interior decoration, I collaborated on different projects and feel arise the need to create.
An inner barrier falls. Art becomes liberating but not enough. In 2012, I view works by Cécile Charrier, "Get out of abuse" and 'childhood flouted' and facing such courage, decides to release me. This desire materializes in 2013 with the writing of "Dad not mad - Daughter of schizophrenic".
Since 1994, my readings are moving towards the Baudelaire spleen. The latter being the epitome of deep feelings of discouragement, isolation, anxiety and existential boredom.
I there an echo to the paternal schizophrenic suffering and advance on the path of understanding and acceptance. At that time I write poems addressing "Lady madness' helping me to personify and release me. I also like Erasmus and Freud. In parallel, I am interested in the works of Stephen King, Edgar Poe, and Clive Barker. I currently invest fantastic fiction writing, including mental suffering will remain a central theme. Always impersonate to better understand each other and accept it.