Inspiration by helping and be helped. Introducing Lifeline TELL Japan.

With the lifting of the State of Emergency in Japan, life has started getting back to normal gradually.

The shops are opening up after a long hiatus, companies are getting back to normal schedules, and morning trains are getting crowded again.

Although the restrictions are getting looser, it is important to practice the hygiene protocols and social distancing that we have been carrying out, as the experts opinion is that the battle with Corona is far from over.

How is life going to be after COVID-19?

This is something that has been in my mind for a while and I am sure that most of you have come across this thought. This pandemic drastically changed the way of life and would have long term social and economic consequences. As immediate consequences, getting back to social and working life may sound challenging and it is normal to feel anxious and worried in this trying times. Anxiety about not knowing how it would end, about our families back home or when we would see them again are normal, but it is essential that we keep our mental health in check and seek out help if needed.

 It is wonderful if we have friends or family listening to and being there for us. But being here in Japan, far away from our loved ones, there might be nobody we could come to, nobody to tell our problems to.

But wait! There is the Lifeline TELL Japan. It is a number you can call – somebody will listen to you.

Lifeline | TELL Japan

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03-5774-0992 (9 am – 11 pm every day)

• Free, confidential telephone counseling
• Anonymous, non-judgmental and caring
• Kids, teens and adults welcome to call
• English-speaking resources and support

And if you are a caring woman willing to help others in need, they offer a program to train and make you that wonderful person on the other end of the line, helping someone else through personal troubles.

Helping is beautiful. Seeking help no less. 🙂
Stay safe and courageous during this trying times!
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