TV presenter and blogger Masha Efrosinina, who recently posted a photo of her husband from the front, shared that her son Sasha suffered twice as much from Russian shelling due to his psychological characteristics.

The child was under the supervision of specialists for a long time. The star mom spoke about this in the podcast "Loved ones". According to her, Sashko was a patient of a psychoanalyst, a neurophysiologist and several other specialists. The reason was his hypersensitive reaction to sounds, flashes and other natural stimuli. Shortly before the start of the war, a 9-year-old boy began to undergo therapy for better adaptation at school. As a result, he gradually learned to adequately perceive the noise of children, the school bell, and other similar things.

Masha Efrosinina's son Sashko / Photo:

The full-scale invasion significantly exacerbated the problem and affected the mental state of Efrosinina's son even more:

"Sasha is so sensitive that he was a patient of a psychoanalyst and neurophysiologist. That is, he has an absolute sensitivity to everything: sounds, flashes... We prepared him for school and worked to ensure that he perceived the noise and even the bell normally, and here, s*tch, sirens and explosions every day," Efrosinina shared.

Once, the boy even refused to go down to the shelter, emphasizing that "it's better to die in bed." After these words, Masha and her husband, serviceman Timur Khromaev, decided to leave Ukraine.

Masha Efrosinina with her husband and son / Photo:

Currently, Sashko is in Poland with his grandmother, although from time to time he comes to Kyiv to spend time with his parents.

Recall that earlier TV presenter Masha Efrosinina admitted that she was offended by her husband's decision to join the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The celebrity's husband did not agree with her on this decisive step. Over time, the resentment passed, leaving behind excitement and sadness.