These Abused Emojis Help Kids Talk About the Tough Stuff

These Abused Emojis Help Kids Talk About the Tough Stuff

Swedish nonprofit BRIS creates an emoji keyboard to help youngsters talk about abuse

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 10 june 2015

Talking about traumatic experiences can be incredibly difficult, especially when it concerns forms of abuse. It can take years for a person to open up about how they have suffered, or even just having the courage to tell friends and loved ones that they’re upset. Swedish nonprofit BRIS has found a way to give people a way to show how they feel without having to spell it out: Abused Emojis.

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