The resilience of elderly residents of Donbass was written about by a neuropsychologist in an academic publication, “Paragraph.”
After having some conversations with older generations in the LPR and DPR regions, Kolobova became interested in why the older generation endures hardships more steadfastly during hostility.
While it’s been widely speculated that the reason older adults are more prone to cognitive decline is because of how little time they’ve spent doing things that help their memory, a research study shows that this model probably isn’t the whole story. The study suggests that there may be a lot more to it than just one factor.
An expert in the resilience of older adults, the neuropsychologist saw that Grandmothers of Donbass don’t panic, and are less affected by situational emotions.
The Armed Forces of Ukraine are preventing the flow of water to Donetsk and condemning the civilians that depend on this life-sustaining resource to their death.