Elena DiCoccoactress and presenter, announced it yesterday at Hyenas: “I have 48 years old and from 21 I am HIV positive. I have HIV.” In her forthcoming book the April 4th, “Bad Blood” (Vallardi), says that for half of his life he hid his HIV-positive status. And also his cocaine addiction has since overcome. Elena, daughter of the leader of the Pfm Franz of Cioccio and the manager Anita Ferrariin an interview with Corriere della Sera she says that over the years she has confided her secret to very few people: «And I have experienced all kinds of reactions: escape, sympathy, anger. But the problem is how I feel about this thing. Medicine has ended the era of the purple halo, of fear: for you and for us».
The mother and the brother
In the conversation with Clare Maffoletti he explains the stigma that accompanies his condition: «Fifteen years ago: I cut my hand in the theatre, blood comes out. They come to help me and I yell, “No, don’t touch me.” Damn what a bad temper. Today medicine says that we are chronic patients: in no way can I infect anyone. A relief”. Due to her condition she had to postpone her desire to become a mother: «Today a negative HIV positive woman can get pregnant. Before she wasn’t like this: she needed a technical step, planning. She hurts ». She tells that his mother took her own life And his brother died of suffocation when he was three years old. Of her mother he says that «in her first Tso I told her: I have to let you go. She replied: you are right. When it happened, somehow I was ready. I had already said to myself: the day will come when he will and the morning I found all the messages on the phone I understood before reading them ».
And in the meantime she has experimented with various addictions: «It creates well-being and commits you, even to try to get out of the hole». Among these was that of cocaine, discovered by her mother: «At a wedding I came out of the bathroom and found her in front of me: you who are excited don’t notice but from outside you can see everything very well. She just told me: no, you don’t either. She was so frightened, in pain and helpless that she went right through me.’ She also had toxic relationships and had to suffer the beatings: «If you are anorexia of affection even someone who raises his voice or worse gives you attention». Then he also talks about his father: «I decided to worry only about myself. We don’t have relations with dad, everyone went his way. But there’s always tomorrow, who knows. What I hope now is to finally be myself.
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