“My heart told me stop”, the former Miss France talks about her burn-out

Laury Thilleman was the guest of the media Lou. The opportunity for the former Miss France to look back with emotion on her burn-out two years ago and to talk about how she got through it.

Laury Thilleman has come a long way since her election as Miss France 2011. After her year of reign, the former beauty queen moved into the world of the small screen by becoming a sports journalist for Eurosport. This surfing and volleyball enthusiast notably had the opportunity to present various programs on the channel, notably Eurosport Top 10 And Off the track, the mag. In parallel, Juan Arbeláez’s ex-wife has participated in numerous television programs, including Dance with the stars on TF1 and Fort Boyard on France 2.

Six years after cutting her teeth on Eurosport, Laury Thilleman saw her career take another turn when she joined the France Télévisions group to host magazines and entertainment. We think in particular of Junior Eurovision Song Contesthas The Great Evening of Paris 31 or Come on, I’ll take you… on France 3. But this frantic pace finally got the better of the pretty brunette, who suffered burnout.

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“I experienced real emotional chaos” : Laury Thilleman admits to having suffered a burn-out

It was during an interview given to the media Lou that Laury Thilleman looked back with emotion on the period of burn-out she experienced. “There was also a given moment when my personal and professional life… I had the impression that I had to justify everything and that Instagram had become a showcase. I couldn’t really do it anymore. sorting through all that. I think that before having a real burn-out, I had a digital burn-out. At one point, I stopped everything, I closed the floodgates.she said.

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Before continuing: For ten years, I was caught in a whirlwind of requests, of meeting the expectations of others, and I believe that deep down, I did not really listen to myself. At 30, it didn’t fail, my body gave way, my head gave way, my heart told me stop. I experienced real emotional, mental and physical chaos. It’s like a black ball that was deep inside me and that came out without me even seeing it happen. Beyond the external pressure that we are put on to be an accomplished woman, professionally, personally, the subject of motherhood”.

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Laury Thilleman: this sport which helped the former Miss France to get by

To get out of this dark period of her life, Laury Thilleman took refuge in Bali, Indonesia, to do what she is most passionate about in the world: surfing. A practice which has been “therapy”as she told the media Lou.

But a broken knee unfortunately forced her to return to France and forced her to rest. “It took me four months before I walked again. I had time off work. I said no to 18,000 things and it was the greatest gift of my life. As I relearned to walk, I learned to love myself a little again”she concluded.

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