The sample of photographs shows the different forms of damage as a consequence of a toxic relationship
The "José María Munuera y Abadía" Reading Center, located next to the children's school "Pepita López Gandía" in the urbanization "El Parral" picks up from March 27 to April 7 the photographic exhibition "Cuida-T" The events organized this month for International Women's Day, which will be from 17:00 to 21:00 hours.
The sample of photographs shows the different forms of damage as a result of a toxic relationship and is provided by the Directorate General of Women of the Autonomous Community of Murcia.
The sample includes the photography work done by girls belonging to the group of adolescents of the Center for Care of Victims of Violence (CAVI) Mar Menor.
The authors participated in the 'Program of prevention and intervention in affective relationships in the courtship with young adolescents' that develops since 2011.
The initiative emerged from the participants after several work sessions on the importance of self-care and the good relationship with themselves.
The talks dealt with the different forms of harm resulting from a toxic relationship such as eating disorders, drug use, self-harm, emotional dependence and the 'love myth', among others, as well as the different ways of taking care of these situations .
The initial proposal was 'Why do not we use the body that we damage and mistreat to launch messages of self-care and good treatment?', So they use snapshots in which the girls themselves are the protagonists.
The workshop where the works that are now exposed were developed at 'Imagina San Javier' during the month of April last year, a festival aimed at young artists in the artistic field.
The Equality Bunny, Eulalia Moreno, explains that the exhibition fulfills a double objective, on the one hand, artistic, as a way of visibilizar situations that are framed within their everyday experiences and, on the other hand, therapeutic for the young people who have been able to see Within toxic situations, of physical and psychological abuse.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Totana