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  Living in limbo and fearing arrest, refugees in Malaysia in pressing need of help for their mental health (17 อ่าน)

7 ต.ค. 2565 16:21

Living in limbo and fearing arrest, refugees in Malaysia in pressing need of help for their mental health







May Thay Kyin was just six years old when her family fled Myanmar.


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She’s been living in Malaysia for more than a decade now. But like many other refugees in the country, May still feels like an unwelcome guest.


“We don't fit in with anyone here because we are who we are,” said the 21-year-old.


“I think feeling alienated is one of the very common things that we would have a mental pressure for.”


She was bullied in school when she was younger, she added.


"It's such a common thing. And that was definitely one of the recurrences of my childhood," she said.


As May enters adulthood, the issues she faces have become more complex.


Finding legal employment is a major challenge and many families are vulnerable to poverty, exploitation and health problems.


Grappling with an unshakeable anxiety about her future as a refugee, May suffers from insomnia.

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