Агрессию можно превращать в полезные эмоции, — психолог

Psychologist Tetyana Rozhkova is in the studio. The studio’s guests are Stanislav Kovachevych (Donbas Battalion) and Andriy Fedorenko (Kiyvska Rus Battalion). The audio is in Ukrainian or Russian

Ведущие

Виктория Ермолаева,

Михаил Кукин

Гостi

Тетяна Рожкова,

Станіслав Ковалевич,

Андрій Федорко

Агрессию можно превращать в полезные эмоции, — психолог
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Агрессию можно превращать в полезные эмоции, — психолог
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Psychologist, volunteer, instructor on tactical medicine Tetyana Rozhkova is in the studio.

The studio’s guests are Stanislav Kovachevych from Donbas Battalion, and Andriy Fedorenko from Kiyvska Rus Battalion. The fighters say that after they have come back from the front line, relations in their families deteriorated. Their relatives do not understand them,and both Stanislav and Andriy became easier angered. However, because both were able to find jobs, these conflicts are manageable.

Alyona Zubchenko from La Strada public organization joined the conversation on the phone. She said that every fifth request for consultation related to the ATO zone is about violence. Both women and men make those phone calls. Their requests are not only about physical violence but moral and economic violence, too.

Tetyana Rozhkova explained why aggression appears and how it can be transferred into peaceful energy.

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