Sara Sálamo tells why she stopped taking her son to school: "Is unsustainable"

Going back to school is always a difficult time at the end of the summer. Not only do students return jaded to schools, but there are also children starting school for the first time, and that can make him cry to any of them.

This is the case of the son of Sara Sálamo and the soccer player Isco, who seems to have lived a bad first day of school and, therefore, the interpreter decided make a drastic decision.

This is how the actress told it in the post from the psychotherapist Paola Roig titled “Is Letting Cry Part of Adapting?” In it, the feminist motherhood expert talks about the practice of not holding the child when crying so you don’t get used to it, but it also tackles the issue of the first day of school.

“The first day of school is back to the heavy hand. Al ‘let me cry and go without looking back. What is part of the process. Let me cry, if in three days it passes. Leave him crying, which will surely be fine later ‘”, he said as an example of what is usually said.” And sorry but no“.

“I don’t drink anymore. Leaving a 1, 2 or 3-year-old child in an unfamiliar place, with people you don’t know at all, the first day you set foot in that space, It’s violent“He opined.” The solution is not to show that nothing is happening to make us feel better. Or say that it is part of the process. The solution is to plant ourselves. Fight for dignified adaptations. By acceptable ratios. Fight for a work permit that allows us to accompany our young. “

Comment from Sara Sálamo.
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In this publication, Sara Sálamo left a comment confirming that she thought the same as Paola Roig: “100% agree. My two-year-old son still does not go to school because of this situation And, for me, it was untenable for him to go through something like that. “

Later, the actress published a story in which he made it clear that his message was not “a criticism of mothers and fathers who suffer from this situation”, but “a critique of the system “that makes these” adaptation periods “so short.

Sara Sálamo's 'Story'.
Sara Sálamo’s ‘Story’.
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