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I got out of the car and managed to drag my son out, and we ran away. By the time we got to Sweden, my son was under a tremendous amount of stress. He was very upset and scared, constantly looking outside and seeing things. The children have seen a lot. And they come to Sweden, they go to school, they get friends, they speak Swedish perfectly, and all of a sudden. you need to go back? And I don’t think children can manage that. You want to see him swallow. Watch until he swallows. Don’t hold him hard. Mm-hmm. Just a finger, gently. He hasn’t swallowed yet. Now he swallowed. Now you can take the next piece. Let’s keep going. Ice cream may not be the healthiest, but it’s something he can eat. Let’s try again. Open his mouth. In goes the ice cream. There you go, close his mouth. It didn’t end up behind his teeth. I don’t think. There. No, too far forward. Let’s see what he does. We’ll wait and see. There we go. Now he swallowed. Mm-hmm. You have to do this. You have to. This is what you have to do. Hello! He’s almost looking at me. Talk to your mom. Hi there. That’s good. Not too much, not too long. It’ll be okay. It’s so hard. Yes, it’s hard, but you see it’s working. You can tell it’s working. Try. Hello. Hi there. Say it every day. Try to squeeze my hand, Karen. You speak to him. Try to squeeze my hand. Karen, my sweet child. My darling. My handsome boy. The immigrants that develop the condition seem to come from certain parts of the world. They come from the Balkans, and they come from former Soviet Republics on the southern border of Russia, or belong to certain ethnic minorities, which is rather difficult to explain. These children and their families have almost exclusively been subject to trauma. Psychologically or physically, or both. And also, they are facing the trauma of deportation. This family, they are Yazidis. And the Yazidis have been second-cl citizens in most countries where they live. They came from a small village with about households. This village had one well, which was common for them all. So, every day, the mother went to get water.
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