I wouldn’t still be alive if it wasn’t for sociotherapy
Keywords:Rwanda, genocide, torture, sociotherapy
I was born 1961 in Kayonza District, Eastern Province. We were ten children, three girls and seven boys. My family was rich and we had a good life when I was young. What I liked about my childhood was conversing with my parents and siblings while we were together at home. My mother loved me and I loved her.
The first violence I experienced was in 1973
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