Karine Vanasse recently entered a shop and was punched in the face for no reason by a stranger, in broad daylight. The actress, who is doing well, shared this misadventure on her Instagram account today, in a message of benevolence towards people suffering from mental health.
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In her message posted earlier today on Instagram, Karine Vanasse explains that the police told her that she was not the only person to have experienced this kind of incident with this individual.
"I wanted to hear directly from you what happened so that I could find ways to help this man who seems to be in pain," the mental health intervention clinician who contacted her after the individual told her. in question has been taken care of by them.
The words chosen by the clinician seem to have particularly affected the actress from Before the crash who chose to use compassion here to address the subject of mental health.
The actress continues her message by explaining that she has read “great books this week”. She adds: “But what I took the time to hear around me from complete strangers reminded me how beautiful, reassuring, moving human nature can be. »
Her message of indulgence, understanding and gentleness seems to have resonated with many Internet users and Quebec artists who have multiplied the comments advocating the love and well-being of the actress. This was the case of actress Suzanne Clément, Mélissa Bédard and singer Ima who summed up the situation well by writing “Benevolence, gentleness, welcome, tenderness. We need it so much. »
Guy A Lepage is put in his place
Only Guy A Lepage, raised the passions with a message going the opposite of that of the actress and her admirers. “That I counter-cal*ce myself from the pain of your attacker, he wrote. I kiss you Karine. »
The host of Everyone talks about it was put in its place, elegantly however, by Internet users pointing out that he had missed the message of compassion sent by Karine Vanasse.
“Precisely, if the world stopped being against those who suffer and we helped them instead of punishing them and leaving them to their fate, society would be in better health. Really a pity that you missed Madame Vanasse's message, because what she says is glaringly true and more people should think so, ”replied a certain Andréanne.
Contacted by Le Journal, Karine Vanasse explained that she had written everything she wanted to share about this story in her Instagram post. "So much the better if it resonates with many," she added.