Francesca Fialdini, presenter of “From us … freewheeling”, on Rai Uno, opened her heart and told herself to the microphones of “Today”. The new season of her program will see new guests alternate in her studio and among those she would like to include Mario Draghi, outgoing Prime Minister. In recent years, however, the presenter has been surprised by some well-known faces that she has welcomed into her living room: “I was amazed by Claudio Baglioni when he chose to come to us and began to sing a cappella a song from his childhood, Nek who agreed to replace me when I was not well, Giovanni Floris who proved to be very nice and Fabio Fazio who immediately replied of yes to the invitation. Among women Wild Lucarellibecause there was the woman as well as the professional in front of me, who was telling a moment in her life when she felt fragile, not hiding the mistakes of that period “.
In the continuation of the chat, Francesca Fialdini said that sometimes she tries to go “freewheeling” herself, making choices that are increasingly free from conventions, prejudices and expectations of others: “The first bet I made was to choose this profession, following a path that I would never have been able to guess how it would open, I just felt that I had to choose it. My mother wanted me to be a biologist. Then I learned to recognize those who make contemptuous criticisms for bias, those who invent false things to de-legitimize, those who do it to hurt you. There are even those who get paid like hater to write badly about someone. The only judgment I really fear is mine, because I know it can affect me a lot when I don’t believe enough in myself “.
FRANCESCA FIALDINI: “AS A TEENAGE I WAS FULL OF INSECURITIES”
Still on the columns of “Today”, Francesca Fialdini confessed to believe that in Italy, on certain issues, we have reached a breaking point: “On the one hand we must defend what has been achieved and insist on the path that has opened without waiting for the parties or the politics to do it for us. However, when it comes to the sphere of parenting, the internal divisions in the debate are many: I am referring to adoptions to gay couples as well as to singles and to some choices that touch the sphere of the gender gap that have become urgent and no longer postponable “.
Then there is the scourge of eating disorders, which this summer saw the death of Giada, one of the protagonists of “Hunger for love”: “I cried, I cried a lot – stated Francesca Fialdini –. What a defeat, what a pity to lose Giada. How can I say, her death is a thorn in her side. But for her and for all the Giada who can’t make it, we must insist on giving voice and listening to them, to the families, and to fight the stigma that is around this issue. The love? Without it I could do nothing, but only what he gives is true without asking for anything in return“. Finally, the frailties: at “Avvenire” Fialdini confided that he had experienced them on his own skin. During adolescence “I was full of insecurities. But I had insisted on attending high school against everyone’s opinion. The first three years were very difficult. I was studying, but I did not understand and in addition my body was changing quickly, I was not happy with it. Until I had a Greek teacher who said to my mother: ‘In your life, her daughter, she will be able to do whatever she wants’. Since that moment I have only collected good grades “..
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