"La OMS declara de forma general que "no existe la salud sin la salud mental" y señala que "la salud mental es primordial para el desenvolvimiento humano, social y económico de las naciones..."
Por tanto es importante que los profesionales en salud demos enfasís e incluyamos en el tratamiento de nuestros pacientes estos elementos y les demos momentos de esparcimientos (siempre y cuando el estado general del usuario lo permita) y contacto con los elementos de la naturaleza (PACHAMAMA) estos elementos influyen directamente en la recuperación de ellos, 😊😊... .
Somos parte de la naturaleza
P.D. Ellos me hacen salud mental 😊😊
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The Cocobolo is highly valued by Costa Rican artisans to create magnificent pieces. It is a tropical wood of excellent quality and resistance and its different tonalities remind us a lot of fingerprints. #ILoveCostaRica#CostaRicaCongo#cocobolo
Lorelay, the lady I rented from for the past, almost two weeks, made this and gave it to me yesterday. She tild me she would miss me and, to her, I am music. With tears, she said, I am music for her. To me, that is one of the best compliments I have ever received! I will always remember my time here with her. She’s such a strong lady moving here, alone, from Argentina. I will always carry her inspirations and child like laughter with me where ever I go! I am sure I will be seeing her before I leave! I hope I made as much of an impact on her as she did me! That is what life is about, moments of impact.
3 144 days ago
The 8th episode is about a mom called Wilda and her son Erik. They live in San José, Costa Rica.
I was traveling with my friend Liz to San José by bus (you can read about Liz in the last kindness story). Liz's backpack got stolen from the bus we were traveling on with all of her important stuff: passport, cellphone, money, credit card. We went to the Mexican Embassy to get a new temporary passport. She had 1 day to arrange the papers because on the next day her flight would go back to Mexico.
After she managed to get the temporary passport we started to walk and close to the embassy she found a Mexican party. We went in and we met Wilda there. She was immediately very kind with us while Liz was telling Wilda her story. Wilda has a kind of smile which only good people have. She told Liz that if we need a place to sleep until her flight we can sleep in her house.
This is how our friendship begun. After the party we walked to her house and we met Wilda's kind son Erik. And we got a surprisingly nice place to stay. Both Wilda and Erik treated us as family members, they were mindful and friendly.
On the next day we went to the airport but the seat of Liz had been given to an another person somehow. After long discussion with the flight company she was offered an another ticket to a flight 2 days later. We have asked Erik and Wilda if we could stay in their nice apartment for 2 more night and they let us stay there. We every morning had interesting conversation together, they shared stories with us about the life in Costa Rica.
2 days later Liz left Costa Rica and I got the opportunity to stay another 2 weeks at the place of WIlda and Erik. Wilda brought me to the dentist because I had a bad teeth and they arranged me to meet Hungarian people. Moreover I wanted to plant a tree at the Earth University which is a famous uni of CR and Wilda could also manage that the school let me in and plant a tree with the students.
Thank you Wilda and Erik. You are fantastic people. I wish you love and peace.