(Ngobrol bareng CIMSA UNJA)


Based on the Annual Records (Catahu) of the National Commission (Komnas) Against Violence against Women 2020, 431,471 cases of violence against women were recorded, of which there were 1419 complaints to the Service and Referral Unit (UPR). Of the 1419 complaints, 1277 were gender-based and non-gender-based 142. Thus, the reported data on violence has increased significantly over the past five years. These remarkable findings need serious attention from the state as its responsibility to provide protection for women and children, especially policies related to sexual violence, both in prevention, protection, and handling, including in the realm of the internet to create safe spaces for women and girls. Things like this are also quite often experienced in toxic relationships, where the relationship tends to be only one way and benefits one party only.
In contrast, the other party often feels disadvantaged. Not only toxic relationships but other toxic relationships are very much discussed, namely the Toxic family. A toxic family is a "poisonous" attitude from family members or other relatives that can hurt physically and mentally. This Toxic Family can hinder children's development by teaching things that are not appropriate, and it can damage the child's ability to form good relationships with family, friends, and partners. Toxic families can cause anxiety and feelings of depression, but many family members, especially children, feel they cannot do anything. In a toxic family, there is also the term toxic parents, where parents do not respect and treat their children well as individuals.

Therefore, in response to this, it is essential to discuss SCORP CIMSA FK UNJA wants to raise public awareness of relationships between individuals, adolescents, and adults about recognizing and ending toxic relationships and families through this activity. Increasing the knowledge and awareness of CIMSA UNJA members, FKIK UNJA medical students, and the general public regarding the dangers of toxic relationships and families, this activity will be carried out in the form of a two-way talk show at Zoom for 3 hours which will be measured using the pre-test and post-test questionnaire methods to the participants. Webinars with a final average score of 70%.
The activity went well, as evidenced by the euphoria and enthusiasm of the participants obtained from the post-test scores with high average participant scores. It is hoped that in the future, this activity can be carried out again, considering that the issue of toxic relationship & family is an issue that can often occur in our environment. Awareness is needed from ourselves and the surrounding environment to care more about the victims of the toxic relationship & family.

On the following day, a free consultation was opened by a psychologist who is also a lecturer in psychology at FKIK Jambi University by Dessy Pramudiani, S.Psi, M.Psi. There is an open space for seven days, and many children in medical faculty and several other departments consult about their mental health. This is one of the advocates for International Women's Day activities in collaboration with many related agencies in Jambi City.


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