Nancy Duplaa opened up about her private life and recounted the dramatic moments that led up to the issue. In a dialogue with Gastón Pauls, who has been a friend for a long time, after they met in Nova Montaña Rusa, the actress reviewed her experiences and revealed that she had strong thoughts about death.
“You don’t have the space to give some thoughts that lead to the worst in the world. That took me a lot of work. Fortunately I didn’t have a falopa, because I was always very afraid of everything. Imagine that I was terrible, I began to say to Nancy Dupláa. Nothing bad for the French, but for the extermination leaving parents and going back.
Recalling those moments in which she began to emancipate herself, Nancy Dupláa expressed: “The first steps are very strong because when I had to tear myself away, to go somewhere without my father and my mother. “I am here.” My parents sent me to the club on the weekends because I was very shy. And I had a headache, the neurologist medicated me for that. But really something else happened.”
“My problem was that I never really knew what I wanted to be. I wanted to be a mother. Now I started thinking about that fear of dying,” said Nancy Dupláa. The actress is the mother of three children: Lucas Martin (from a relationship with the journalist Matías Martin), Iulianus Echarri and Morena Echarri (conceived with the actor. Paul Echarripartner of the actress since 2000).
Gastón Pauls confirmed what everyone felt about Fabiana Cantilo
Gastón Pauls is one of the Argentinian artists who are most connected to solidarity according to the reception of additions. His program Seres Libres on Crónica TV helps other celebrities to open their hearts and tell their life stories, and that is why the wake of the new season decided to talk about them and highlight the testimonies of Fabiana Cantilo and Andrea Rincón. Due to their feminine condition, it is cruel and they are instead helping them to get out of this situation.
“There will be very strong evidence and more so when it comes to women, because it is much more difficult to recognize the addiction of women. They are often accused of “busting” and the man who takes drugs is “cancer”. And this is terrible, it is she who must change. This program it is a challenge. The man and woman who consume are patients who need help. I always trust the confidence of people in the middle, who often show that they are good, but we are all weak and fragile”, says Gastón Pauls, in a dialogue with the Chronicle.