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"SpongeBob Death" ... adult humor, child trauma, and an educational lesson for society

"SpongeBob Death" ... adult humor, child trauma, and an educational lesson for society

"SpongeBob Death" ... adult humor, child trauma, and an educational lesson for society

"SpongeBob Death" ... adult humor, child trauma, and an educational lesson for society
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Childhood stage is one of the most important stages that a person passes through and his consciousness carries and his memory carries the vocabulary of his happiness that continues with him throughout the life, and the mother searches for all ways to pass that period in particular, especially on their psychological and mental state, through the child joining a nursery from which he will gain his education, and from On the other hand, the mother continues her educational duties beside the father as well.

With so much preoccupation and the endless cycle of life with difficulties and responsibility, parents find on TV, especially the cartoon channels, an opportunity to take a break from the children and "relax a brain from Zen" as some say, and leave their children to a group of people, pictures and stories that still feel nostalgic for them Throughout his life.

Recently, the pioneers of the social media circulated news about the last episode of the famous cartoon series "Esbong Pop", and its events include the death of the main character of the series, which made many consider the matter a joke, while others did not realize the seriousness of the matter to some children related to characters who have long loved them.

Dr. Hala Hammad, a consultant psychiatrist, explained to "Han," how to deal with the child who was exposed to these scenes, and the violence and ideas that may be dangerous. "We are supposed to talk about death, and define it for the child from the age of five, so that he becomes aware of the events around him, especially If he happens to be traumatized by the death of one of his relatives, death is defined in a simple way that his mind can absorb and accept. "

And she continued: "In the event of the death of a cartoon character, if we are not aware of the content of the events, it is necessary to watch the episode, and explain what happened to the child, especially if he continued his questions about death or the suicide of the character, as happened in one of the Tom and Jerry episodes."

Hammad added: "It is necessary to warn the child who watched these scenes not to talk about them in front of one of his colleagues, because they may not understand his speech, and they may try to imitate what happened and what their friend saw."

And she added: "The content of what our children watch must be reviewed first-hand, especially if the risks become not limited to pornographic scenes only, then the content may be violent we cannot imagine that it contains, and also to ensure that the movie or series that our children follow does not contain bullying. Or incitement to hatred, or racism in color, race, or religion. "