The current master of noon, in Les 12 coups de midi, Alexandre, came out of silence in the columns of Télé-Loisirs, Thursday, May 9, 2022. He confided in the fight he is leading while he has been diagnosed with HPI.
Since May 27, 2022, he has been performing well in The 12 strokes of noon. Alexandre is the new darling of Jean-Luc Reichmann in the show broadcast on TF1. For the first time since he took the place of midday master, he emerged from the silence in the columns of Tele-LeisureThursday, June 9, 2022. He took the opportunity to talk about his high intellectual potential (HPI, Editor’s note). From his first appearance on the show, he wanted to talk about it, as he was able to suffer from it when he was younger. “I wanted to give visibility to people who, like me, suffer on a daily basis. And of show them that we can be proud of ourselves too, because usually we doubt ourselves a lot. We have what we call the ‘impostor syndrome’“, he thus confided in a first time.
35 years old, alexander was diagnosed with HPI only at the age of 33. “When I started talking about it, I was told ‘I knew it’. As if it were obvious. Nobody ever helped me. My parents were the opposite, I was almost considered a good-for-nothing. It was never enough. I had to be like the others, I had to spend three hours in front of my notebooks when I only needed half an hour“, he continued.
The master of the 12 noon shots, Alexandre, suffered a lot from his HPI
Many times, Alexandre remembers that he did not want to work, but not for lack of motivation. This is because he explained that he was not interested. Only, his way of functioning was understood as “rebellion, or laziness”. Faced with this misunderstanding, Alexandre explained that he felt anger. “If it was so obvious, why hadn’t I been told about it before? It drowned me more than once, it cost me places at work, because I couldn’t manage my emotions. I was in my world very often, and it was misunderstanding. I always felt like I was misunderstood.”
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