This is Greece, where nobody has any real idea about when life is going to get back to normal and where children have started to ask some really difficult questions — a few of which we, adults, have only recently started asking ourselves too.
Anorexia became a way for me to get smaller, less intimidating, non-existent, so that my life would be less risky — or, at least, less painful.
What is really that keeps us away (or plain mediocre) in the fields that are going to see the greatest growth in the years to come?
In Greece, where, in December 2013, unemployment reached 27.5% for the general population, women earned a 31.6% badge of unwanted honor. They are the first to go from their usually low-level and low-paying jobs and they are the most vulnerable combatants in the world of cutthroat workplace competition due to the perceived inflexibility caused by their family priorities.
But this is not the most worrying part.
A real life story of domestic violence in Greece