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Gem Helpline (former BGFCU) was established in 1992 to provide emotional support based on secular psychological and counseling...


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Befrienders KL offers free and confidential emotional support to anyone feeling distressed, depressed or suicidal. It's a safe...


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Pertubuhan Kebajikan Sneham (Sneham Welfare Organisation Malaysia) Malaysia provides free, compassionate and confidential...


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Malaysian Mental Health Association (MMHA) is dedicated to providing free and confidential support and information by phone. We...


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Get support for grief and loss from a hotline in Malaysia

The pain of grief and loss can make you want to withdraw from others and turn inwards. You may feel isolated. However, support is available. There are 6 hotlines in Malaysia that support with grief and loss. If you're experiencing any of these symptoms, you may find relief from talking to someone who understands:

  • Feeling like there's a pit in your stomach
  • Feeling regret about things that were left unsaid
  • Feeling guilty about not having prevented the death or loss
  • Emotional exhaustion and extreme fatigue
  • Preoccupation with the loss and with reminders of your lost loved one
  • Increased anxiety about the future
  • Anger and blame directed toward yourself, others, or God for not preventing the loss
  • Relief if your lost loved one had a painful or debilitating illness

It's normal to feel many different emotions when you're grieving. If you've never experienced grief or loss before, this can be scary. It might feel like you're losing control. However, what you're feeling is a completelty normal response to a significant loss.

It's okay to allow yourself to feel and experience your emotions without any shame. Nobody has the right to tell you how to feel because each person's grieving process is unique. For people in Malaysia, getting proper support can provide a space to talk about your experience openly and help you feel less isolated.

If you feel like you might need support with grief or loss, try reaching out to a hotline in Malaysia. It's free and confidential.


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