Two ladies in white medic vests push a seat. Their buddy speaks to him in Dari, wanting to relax him down. ‘Try to relax,’ claims among the medical practioners. The person calms straight down for an instant and their eyes flicker through the concerned faces around him into the cramped space to your grey walls, the harsh lighting that is fluorescent the racks into the medication cupboard.
He then raises his remaining arm. He shakes their mind and claims, despairingly, ‘I became alone, I’m still on it’s own. I’ve been right right right here 13 months. I’m going to pieces. I’m going mad. The next occasion, I’ll kill myself.’
The’ that is‘here referring to is Camp Moria, regarding the Greek island of Lesbos. Continue reading ‘Children are self-harming and dropping quiet’