Coronavirus: Troubled mother of two finds relief through online counselling

Over 900 people have tapped the Community Psychology Hub Online Counselling service since it was launched in April. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - A mother of two was already facing marital problems, but the distress she felt was made worse when she had to work from home during the circuit breaker from April to June.

Her husband was in a job providing an essential service and so kept working at his workplace. But the enforced isolation got to her.

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