People who do not regularly consume videos on the famous TikTok platform may not be aware that not everything is dancing and laughing, but that this social network also lends itself to serious topics. For example, you can find popular science accounts, users who dedicate their content to sharing their feelings and, in general, an endless number of topics that are far from the perfection that other networks offer.
A recent case of this type was that of the user Sol Díaz Villarreal who, through her account (@marisol.ydv), shared the outrageous act to which she was subjected by a teacher at the medical school where she studies . Accompanied by the significant text “A little more empathy would not have been bad”, the young woman uploaded the video where she can be seen crying and showing some slides from her computer.
In addition, another forceful message accompanies the clip, which already has almost two million views and more than two thousand comments. In this, Sol briefly exposes the situation and the reason for her crying.
You just buried your grandmother, but the doctor said that if you didn’t expose the next day, she couldn’t rate you.
A little more empathy wouldn’t have been bad
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In this way and without the need for further explanation, the medical student gained the empathy that the teacher could not give her in the comments section. Unfortunately, this situation is quite common in student campuses, where the educational authorities abuse an imaginary power that they habitually grant themselves.
“They told me that I should still deliver the demo in ‘honor of my mom’ and I just wanted to cry while trying to process what had just happened”; ‘Something similar happened to me. In my last exam of the semester, the teacher didn’t let me miss to go to my grandfather’s funeral, I took the exam as quickly as possible and I didn’t manage to get there’; ‘When my grandmother was dying in the hospital I asked permission to travel to where she was. HR’s HH.: ‘What are you going for? She’s already going to die.
The recording went quite viral, precisely because of that empathic quality that is sorely lacking in educational and work centers. With this, it is hoped that cases like Marisol’s will stop happening, since the more they resonate on the Internet and other media spaces, the more likely they will reach the right ears.