Dahlia Duran He spoke after seeing the case of Génesis Alarcón, who denounced Andy Polo for gender violence. The former television presenter said that she understands the situation in which the mother of the family finds herself and even recommended seeking psychological help for the good of her and her children.
“A person who goes through a situation like this needs support (psychological help). She has her mother, if I had had a hug from my mother when I needed it most, perhaps many things would have been different, “she explained in an interview with Trome.
In that line, the Cuban put herself in the place of Génesis Alarcón. “I know what it is to go through need having children and I give her my full support as a woman. She and I have the ease of being heard, but there are many women who live the same and are not heard, “he said.
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Model tells why he rejected the offer of ‘Mero Loco’
On her first day of work in a well-known cevichería in La Victoria, Dalia Durán told why she rejected the job offer from “Mero Loco”. “I already have commitments and it would be not fulfilling. I’m already here on weekends and from Monday to Friday I work elsewhere too, but I still don’t rule it out. If at any time I am without a job here or elsewhere, I do not rule out any type of work as long as it represents income for my household, ”she declared to the press.
Dalia Durán ensures that her neighbors take care of their children
On March 19, the Cuban began working in a cevichería. Before starting her work, she thanked the support of her neighbors for taking care of her children. Dalia Durán highlighted the good relationship she maintains with the people who live near her house. “They are supporting me a lot, I can’t complain,” she replied when asked if someone is supporting her with the care of the minors.
If you are or know someone who has been involved in acts of family or sexual violence, contact Line 100 of the Ministry of Women and Vulnerable Populations for free, which has a team specialized in providing information, guidance and emotional support.
In addition, Line 100 has the power to refer the most serious cases of family or sexual violence to the Women’s Emergency Centers or to the Urgent Care Service. This service is available 24 hours a day, every day of the year (including holidays).