Lifeline Visits Holy Family College
Do I have my mask, are people coming too close to me? Do they have Covid? Thinking about these problems creates anxiety and stress. Life has become disconnected. We are hearing a lot of fake and negative news. What do we believe? There is uncertainty in not knowing if the end date of this pandemic is near. “Are we wearing a mask underneath a mask?” We need to take the mask off and say “I’m not ok!!” Have faith, trust in your God! Trust in your teachers, mentors, and those who love you and trust in yourself.
Mrs Kimberly Kemp of LifeLine Durban highlighted the difference between fear, anxiety, depression and anger at an Assembly in the High School, and the different techniques to work through these feelings. LifeLine exists to facilitate the emotional wellness of individuals and communities through skills development and community involvement, responding to many “cries for help” resulting from people dealing with fear, hurt and anger.
Lines operate 24 hours/7 days per week
Call LifeLine for more information and counselling! You are not alone!
LifeLine DBN : WhatsApp Counselling
[ Mon – Friday 8 – 4 pm]
083 639 2323
Alternate Number: 031 312 23 23
Please support The Southern Cross
Your support means we can keep Catholic news alive so that many others will have free access to the high-quality, trustworthy news they deserve. We seek your support not simply to survive, but to grow in our mandate to share the Good News and keep you informed about your Church and Catholic faith.
Every contribution, however big or small, makes a difference. Support us today – it only takes a minute. Thank you.