Courage!

by Claudia Ravaldi

After an afternoon spent correcting a thesis and analyzing the results of a study, you arrive at the analysis of open questions.

Browse valuable testimonials from parents and their suggestions for improving care.

As you scroll word by word, which seems to you to be there, with those parents and their stories full of soul and intensity, the eye “falls” on these words.

Come on, you have your other twin left

Come on, you have your other twin left

Come on, you have your other twin left

Come on, you have your other twin left
Come on, you have your other twin left

These are the words that a dad’s ears had to hear, in TIN.

Difficult to get them out of your ears.

It always happens like this, with “bad words”: they have pervasive echoes.

And what you can do next is just try to make them smaller so they stop taking up too much space.

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