Lucille Seppi has always had a passion for learning whether she's preforming at a local theatre in her home of Frankfurt Germany, Scuba Diving, or pursing her degrees in Psychology and Neuroscience. Unfortunately at the age of fifteen Lucille learned how to make difficult choices as she left home to escape a bad family situation that had been going on for years causing her to develop PTSD. On this episode we talk about the importance of communication, perusing your passions, and simply taking life one day at a time.
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I was diagnosed with PTSD at 16, a year after I had moved out of my home temporarily. Starting therapy changed a lot for me, in a good way, but the diagnosis also changed the way I lived my life and was not always easy. Shortly after my diagnosis, I left for an exchange to England and returned early to do the mental distress. Now, nearly 4 years later, I am once again in England and studying the degree of my dreams at the University of Portsmouth. While my diagnosis will always stay with me, I have learned to live more and more freely over the past years and am on the path to my goals!