Looper is not a cartoon but is a lifetoon!
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A young adult with Down syndrome reaches a turning point at the age of twenty-one. He faces challenging and unexpected life events and changes that place him on a vulnerable state of chaos, depression, and withdrawal from life. Several venues of self-discovery, emotional healing techniques, medical supervision, and spiritual bliss take him to that…
Looper, Stop Child Abuse
Deals with feelings and emotions.
Rosa breaks down and tells Looper, Julia, and Woolly Bear about how her dad abuses her and her twin brother, Rubus. They visit the Wise Old Worm, and he tells Rosa how proud he is of her for telling him and the other children. “I know how hard it was for you to tell us, but now we can help you tell someone who will make it stop. Telling someone you trust will make it stop. If you do not tell, life will get harder, and it will harm the way you think and the way you feel about others and yourself.” Rosa went to her teacher, Ms. Laurel, and asked for help. She referred her to Ms. Poinsettia, the school counselor, and Mr. Chestnut, the policeman, who then visited her mother and father. They took Rosa’s father away, and the children were safely returned on Christmas Eve to their mother. They had the best Christmas ever!