Cristina was born in a poor family, she was living (literally) in crap.
When she was 12, her parents won the lottery, forgot about little Christina, moved to Paris and left her alone with her blind-deaf grandmother. In 1894, Cristina met an elegant man, lovely Vittorio, and instantly fell in love with him.
Scabbia is featured in a Megadeth song "À Tout le Monde (Set Me Free)".
She also featured on "The Theory of Everything", an album from Arjen Anthony Lucassen's Ayreon project, with which she is cast as the Mother. (Anything But Love)" and another version of the Alter Bridge song "Watch Over You".
Ultimately he suggests ways to regain to control of life, mind, and willpower by keeping occupied with positive outlets. It’s clear that The You Rock Foundation goes out of its way to prove that no matter the circumstances everyone deserves a chance to be happy.
Check out the video below and if you like their message visit their supporting site, the Crisis Text Line, for more ways to help cope and to find out how you can volunteer to make someone else’s life better.
She also writes an advice column in the popular rock magazine Revolver, alongside musician Vinnie Paul.
In the past You Rock has spoken with Randy Blythe (Lamb of God), Corey Taylor (Slipknot), and Ben Weinman (Dillinger Escape Plan), each offering their own stories and direction.
The latest video features Jim Root (Slipknot) as he sits down for an intimate, unmasked discussion of his bouts with depression.
He’s apt to mention that even though he’s lucky enough to be in the position he’s in he still battles “the dark side of [his] mind” daily.
He offers up some advice on how to stay out of your own head, how to avoid becoming “locked” in dark thoughts, and how he’s grown over the years.