- Skolopad has returned to work after her breakdown
- She has been assigned to another position so that her stress levels can be lowered
- The therapy has been helping a lot and Skolopad is feeling much better about her mental health
Skolopad is back! After suffering a breakdown a month ago, she has fully recovered and is ready once again to show off her dance moves.
The socialite’s profession is a nurse and she spends her off time performing as a singer/dancer. She was admitted to hospital after taking an overdose of anti-anxiety tablets after a huge argument with a work colleague.
When she was asked about the overdose, she assured the public that it was not deliberate and it was never a suicide attempt.
During her recovery period, Skolopad got the help she needed by seeing a psychologist. She has also been having regular check-ups to ensure this unfortunate episode does not happen again. She has recovered well and was given the all clear to return to work on Monday.
Briefly.co.za learnt that after the incident took place, Skolopad’s employer made the decision to move her to a clinic.
She said that she is now working in a new department and all is looking good. Her psychologist identified that she was suffering with extreme depression and she is happy to report that her new environment is benefiting her.
Skolopad is happy in her new position even though she is still working under the same boss, she has no colleagues and she is extremely happy to be back at work.
Shortly after the occurrence, Skolopad thought it best for her daughter to stay with her mom. The little girl is doing well and is unaware of what really happened.
Skolopad was able to spend the day with her daughter on her birthday. She misses her daughter terribly and says she is putting everything into working for their future. She admits that she will not be twerking forever and that is why her job as a nurse is so valuable to her.
Even though Skolopad suffered a nervous breakdown in 2017, she says she is doing so much better. The therapy she has received has enabled her handle different situations in the correct way and her mind is in the right place now.
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