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Written by SOT.COM.AL 1 Tetor 2022
Journalist Iva Tiço was invited to "Rudina" on TV Klan where she talked about her personal life. She specifically focused on her 20s, saying that it was a very difficult period for her.
Iva said that then she went through the biggest crises because the questions about her future tormented her a lot. She added that if she met her 20-year-old self, she would slap her.
"In my 20s, I personally had the biggest crises, because they were the crises of what will happen to me, what will I become when I grow up. While you are grown up and you have to choose a direction, find a job, how to keep the job and all the rest. Not more than two or three days ago, I was with a friend of mine and we had this conversation, what would you do to yourself if you met her in your 20s, we both said with one voice, I would grab her by the shoulders. I do not remember the taste of those years. Of course, I have photographs, I have things that show me that I lived, but they were years full of anxieties, full of sacrifices, with work from morning until the newspaper finished, going to the printing press until 12 at night. Now if I were to go back, of course I can, but I say no thanks. It was a kind of 'gavette' that I had to do to achieve the comfort that I have now.