The management of the post traumatic stress disorder in Gaza
It’s started in October the series of meetings for women of the Um al Nasser village, on the management of post-traumatic stress disorder caused by the conflict and the ongoing violations of human rights.
The first meeting, conducted by Rehab Rehan, a social worker, was attended by 17 Bedouin women. Learning through play, in order to break down the barriers, to know each others and deal with a thorny problem. During the day Rehab explained the meaning of anger and nervousness, both in physical terms (what happens to our body) and mental. He then explained how to manage with these feelings, through the care of the body and mind, the food, the medicine, the wrong habits and the correct ones.
For mothers, an important focus at the meaning of stress for children: children become hyper activity when they are nervous while others tends to be uninterested or distracting to think in both cases they become exhausted physically very easily, and lose their appetite, and get angry easily and this often happens when a change in lifestyle, peer pressure, school problems, and problems family. It can address these nerve through exercise with children. Talk and communicate with the child to see the problems that caused him to nervousness.
THANKS to all the supporters who made possible the implementation of these important activities, donating to the EMERGENCY FUND FOR GAZA!