Gwoup Sipò pou moun k ap okipe lòt moun

March 23, 2020
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Lisa Math B.S., CRPS-F ekri atik sa a, Kowòdonatè Fòmasyon pou Fanmi, South Florida Wellness Network

Kòm paran oswa moun k ap okipe timoun, premye sa k enterese nou se asire n moun nou renmen yo an sekirite, yo an sante, yo gen kè kontan.N ap mete nou an kat pou n jwenn resous,pou jwenn sèvis, epi pou n jwenn resous ki nesesè – pafwa nou oblije sakrifye pwòp byennèt pa nou. Sa moun pa remake se nesesite pou moun k ap okipe timoun pran yon ti tan pou l okipe tèt pa li. Gen yon rezon ki fè ajan abò yon avyon esplike machasuiv pou moun pran oksijèn nan fason sa a: toujou mete mask oksijèn ou an premye, epi ede lòt moun mete pa yo. Sa vle di, ou pa ka ede yon lòt moun si ou menm ou pèdi konesans! Se menm bagay la tou pou moun k ap okipe lòt moun. Yon moun k ap okipe lòt moun dwe satisfè bezwen pa li pou l kapab ede lòt moun kòmsadwa.

Estrès lakay moun k ap okipe lòt moun
Ki jan yon moun k ap okipe lòt moun kapab jere pwòp bezwen yo pandan y ap jere bezwen lòt moun? Ki kalte sipò ki bay rezilta pou byennèt moun k ap okipe lòt moun? Ki kote yon moun k ap okipe lòt moun ka ale pou l jwenn sipò li bezwen? Sa yo se kesyon ki enpòtan anpil chak moun k ap okipe lòt moun dwe reflechi sou yo. San repons pou kesyon sa yo, yon moun k ap okipe lòt moun ka vin twouve l nan yon sitiyasyon kritik san li pa gen yon plan an plas pou sa.

Chak moun k ap okipe lòt moun ta dwe kreye yon lis kesyon ki bezwen repons lè sitiyasyon an nòmal, kote yo kapab anvizaje repons ki mache. Tout moun k ap okipe lòt moun ta dwe gen yon lide sou ki jan yo ka jere pwòp byennèt yo ni nan sitiyasyon nòmal ni nan sitiyasyon kritik. Se pa yon egzajerasyon si n di resous ki la pou bay sipò ak gwoup sipò kapab sove lavi!

Men yon ti lis kesyon tou kout moun k ap okipe lòt moun dwe konsidere, epi yo ka chanje lis la pou satisfè pwòp bezwen pèsonèl yo ak enkyetid yo:
1. Ki tan mwen mete sou kote pou tèt pa m, semèn sa a?
2. Ki aktivite mwen vle fè pou tèt mwen, semèn sa a?
3. Ki moun mwen ka rele si mwen bezwen pale?
4. Ki moun mwen ka rankontre pou m pran yon ti repo?
5. Ki siy ki ka montre mwen travay twòp oswa m fatige depase?
6. Ki jan m ka konnen m nan yon sitiyasyon kriz epi m bezwen èd?
7. Ki resous mwen genyen sou plas pou m sipòte tèt mwen?
8 . Kiyès mwen ka kontakte pou m jwenn sèvis?
9. Si m bezwen pran yon ti repo, sou ki moun mwen ka konte pou pran larelèv pou mwen?
10. Ki resous nan kominote a ki disponib pou mwen?
11. Èske mwen te kreye yon lis pou lòt moun ede m jwenn sipò?
12. Ki kote anndan lakay mwen m ap kite enfòmasyon (sizoka m bezwen yon moun pou vin ban m sipò,lè pa kapab fè travay mwen kòmsadwa)?

Ki kote yon moun kab chèche sipò
Pi fò moun k ap okipe lòt moun konte sou yon ti sèk zanmi – ak kèk pwofesyonèl – pou ede yo fè travay yo. Men, lè w vin ak lide “ki pa komen” se yon bon fason pou w vin gen plis moun ak
resous nan gwoup sipò a.

Pou kòmanse, analize sa w fè pandan jounen an. Ki moun ou rankontre ak yo chak jou ki konnen w byen ase pou yo rekonèt lè “bagay yo p ap mache byen pou wou”? Fè lis moun sa yo epi pale avè yo pou mande yo si ou kab konte sou yo pou ede ou lè w nan bezwen. Panse ak kòlèg nan travay ou, nan kote ou al fè egzèsis, nan bibliyotèk ou vizite souvan. Kreye koneksyon ki pèmèt ou pran yon souf ak travay di w ap fè nan pran swen lòt moun nan. Èske w lekòl?Sa w panse si w pale ak moun sa yo ou rankontre ak yo chak jou a?

Ou ka jwenn lòt resous sipò sou rezo sosyal yo oswa sou sit entènèt. Sit entènèt Meet-up pèmèt ou mete enfòmasyon ki rann rechèch ou a patikilye pou moun ki nan zòn bò lakay ou ki nan menm sitiyasyon avè w. Opòtinite pou sèvi kòm volontè nan kominote w la pèmèt ou rankontre lòt moun epi ou vin gen lòt koneksyon.Ou ka fè rechèch sou entènèt pou opòtinite ki genyen.
Mete tèm rechèch tankou “opòtinite pou fè volontè” oswa “mete ansanm ak lòt volontè” nan konnti ou.

Rekonèt epi reyaji
Kòm moun k ap okipe lòt moun, pi bon bagay ou ka fè pou moun ou renmen se rekonèt lè ou bezwen sipò epi reyaji anvan yon sitiyasyon vin tounen yon sitiyasyon grav. Chèche konnen ki sa w bezwen, sanble resous ou yo, epi kontakte gwoup sipò ou yo. 

Lisa Math B.S, CRPS-F, se Kowòdonatè Fòmasyon pou Fanmi nan South Florida Wellness Network (SFWN). SFWN se yon ajans plizyè kòlèg ap dirije ki travay ak jèn ak granmoun pou ede yo rezoud poblèm sante mantal ak / oswa poblèm dwòg epi pou ede moun nan fanmi an k ap okipe moun sa yo. Madam Math se yon moun k ap okipe lòt moun nan lavi pèsonèl li, e li aprann pran swen tèt li an premye!

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