They are thirteen, seated in a semi-circle.
In real life, these women between the ages of 30 and 50 do not know each other.
Nothing connects them, except the fight they lead on a daily basis against burnout.
“I've been arrested for two years, it's a long time.
Sometimes, I dream of leaving everything behind and flying off to Bali
,” says Brune, a forty-year-old with drawn features, to the assembly.
On the first floor of the Burn'ettes house in Bordeaux, these women are taking part in a workshop on the theme of the trauma caused by the sudden cessation of work.
During this two-hour session, they can speak without being judged.
Some cry, others laugh.
The emotion is strong.
At the height of the upheavals caused by what is experienced as a personal cataclysm.
“I feel exhausted, out of step with society
,” breathes one of the participants.
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