Julia, Yalta / Kiev
“ I'm worried about my parents in Crimea. Dad is diabetic and mom with a removed thyroid gland. They need to take medications all the time, they are no longer in Crimea. ”
My husband and I left Kyiv with two dogs a week before the war. My husband told me: "Julia, there will be a war, if we want to stay alive, we have to go." I just laughed and said he was stupid and pushing.
My name is Yulia, I’m 30 years old, and I can’t say exactly where I’m from anymore. The Russians took my house for the first time in 2014. I was born and raised in Yalta, moved to Kyiv at the age of 17 when I entered the university. I still haven’t been able to work out the problem of the lost house, even with a psychologist. As soon as my psychologist asks about Crimea, I’m starting to cry. Now I’m writing this and roaring too.Read story