Full show: Managing during the time of loneliness amid COVID
It was one year ago this month that the world as we knew it changed forever.
We were in shock and disbelief…and then the confusion began.
For the grace of God we go.
Adversity, hardship and challenges aren’t new in our lives,
many of us feel like we’re in the dark.
For most of us, COVID has ushered in a loneliness that is difficult to describe.
Most affected are our children, students, our elders, and disabled.
Coming out of the dark will require a steadfast faith and as we see in retrospect – God is with us, among us and guiding us.
Milena Batanova – Research & Evaluation MGR., Harvard
Elizabeth Chuck, NBC Reporter
Chris Daken, father lost his teenage daughter to suicide.
Michael Gibson, Special Education Teacher
Connie Stam – Compassionate Neighbourhood Health Partners
Greg Luesink – Volunteer, Compassionate Neighbourhood Health Partners
Andrea Groenewald, Registered Psychotherapist
Patricia Khoury, Psychology Student