Kim Fenton with her grandson Kyle, daughter Robyn Lamsam and son-in-law Marc Convery in Krabi, Thailand. Fenton has been separated from her family for the past two months. Photo: Kim Fenton Kim Fenton with her grandson Kyle, daughter Robyn Lamsam and son-in-law Marc Convery in Krabi, Thailand. Fenton has been separated from her family for the past two months. Photo: Kim Fenton
Kim Fenton with her grandson Kyle, daughter Robyn Lamsam and son-in-law Marc Convery in Krabi, Thailand. Fenton has been separated from her family for the past two months. Photo: Kim Fenton

Be mindful, don’t mope: how to cope with family separation in lockdown, and the loneliness, anxiety and depression it can cause

  • Kim Fenton has been separated from her family in Thailand for two months, while Gloria Wong has been stuck in Beijing since early February
  • Their circumstances highlight the social and mental health issues families everywhere face as the pandemic continues. Psychologists offer advice on what to do

Topic |   Wellness
Kim Fenton with her grandson Kyle, daughter Robyn Lamsam and son-in-law Marc Convery in Krabi, Thailand. Fenton has been separated from her family for the past two months. Photo: Kim Fenton Kim Fenton with her grandson Kyle, daughter Robyn Lamsam and son-in-law Marc Convery in Krabi, Thailand. Fenton has been separated from her family for the past two months. Photo: Kim Fenton
Kim Fenton with her grandson Kyle, daughter Robyn Lamsam and son-in-law Marc Convery in Krabi, Thailand. Fenton has been separated from her family for the past two months. Photo: Kim Fenton
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