¿La fruta con su cáscara? / Fruit with its peel?

¿La fruta con su cáscara? / Fruit with its peel?

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[They say it’s good to eat the fruit with its peel. / Not the banana. / Neither the orange. / Nop. / No… / Look, better leave it.

The circle of period / El ciclo de la regla

The circle of period / El ciclo de la regla

El ciclo de la vida (de los granos de la regla).

The circle of life (of period’s spots). [Translation below]

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1. Pre-period’s spots appear. / 2. They stay to accompany you during these moments of misery… / 3. … And a little bit more.. / 4. Finally! The spots disappear totally. / ¡TWO DAYS!

¿Cómo actuar ante un caso de abuso infantil? / How to deal with a case of child abuse?

¿Cómo actuar ante un caso de abuso infantil? / How to deal with a case of child abuse?

¿Cómo actuar ante un caso de abuso infantil? Es una pregunta dura, pero necesaria por desgracia; porque saber cómo actuar ante un/a menor que ha sufrido abusos, supone que esa personita sufra menos.

How to deal with a case of child abuse? It is a hard, but necessary question unfortunately; because knowing how to deal with a child who has been abused, means that little person suffers less.

Las indicaciones que aquí os dejo son muy sencillas y pueden valer para otras situaciones en la que los niños lo estén pasando mal. Tenéis más información en http://www.violacion.org

The indications I leave here are very simple and can be useful for other situations in which children are having a bad time. You have more information in Spanish here: http://www.violacion.org

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1. Believe the child. Thanks for trusting me and telling me, now I can help you to fix it.

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2. Making him/her feel proud of telling it. You have been very brave by telling it to me and I am very proud of you.

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3. Telling him/her that it’s not their fault. You haven’t done anything wrong. It is not your fault.

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4. Assure that nothing bad will happen to him/her. Now that you have told me, you can be assured that this will not happen again.

 

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5. Tell him/her that they will move forward. Even if now you are a bit sad, all of us are going to help you to feel better.

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6. Express affection with answers like: I love you and I will always be there whenever you need me.

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7. Keep calm.  Do not talk to the child with too much emotion, transmitting our anxiety and concern.

 

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8. Make sure that he/she has not suffered wounds. And if they have, go to the doctor.

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9. Protect the victim. Prevent the abuser from regaining access to the child. The best method is a FORMAL COMPLAINT.