She’s stuck, it hurts just to look at it.
And yet, there is also a lot of positivity in it – her resilience comes out. She has to go through it, she has no choice. She left her life at home behind. Yes, she still has a job and a house, but going back? Missiles have fallen less than 30 km from her house. Ok, her house and job provide stability, but how stable is it really?
Now she’s living in an in-between phase, do I go back, or do I stay here? An internal struggle. She wants to stay, but can’t get through the barbed wire yet.
A snapshot… Very recognizable for other refugees…