Atefeh is one of five unaccompanied minors staying with a family, who lives on a farm outside Norrköping.
"We have a good relationship," she says. "We talk to each other. They ask how things were at school, what we had for lunch. We eat together like a family."
She is originally from Afghanistan and came to Sweden a year ago, from Iran.
"Like all other unaccompanied minors I am stressed. I am afraid that they will send me back to Afghanistan. I know nothing about Afghanistan and I don't have anyone there either," she says.
But Atefeh works hard to concentrate on her studies, and tries to have a positive outlook on life. She is looking forward to spring and summer, when she hopes to take up taekwondo again.
This story is part of a series about the everyday lives of unaccompanied minors in Sweden, young people who have come here without their parents.
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