Stressed M’sians in Singapore can now seek emotional support

Helping hand: Preshela (right) with her friends Visvani Balan (left) and Ain Zaidatulazira Omar have said they would be willing to help Malaysians in Singapore who need someone to talk to during the pandemic.

JOHOR BARU: A Malaysian social worker in Singapore has taken the initiative to provide free emotional and psychological support to fellow Malaysians in the island republic who are facing a tough time due to the Covid-19 pandemic and closure of the border.

P. Preshela, 30, who has been working as a social worker in Singapore for almost two years, said she decided to act after listening to the plight of many Malaysians in Singapore who were overwhelmed with the stress of work and not being able to see their families.

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