Kayise Ngqula is trying to hold on after that difficult period that she went through
Although TV presenter and actress Kayise Ngqula has tried her best to stay a positive mindset by staying strong emotionally, she has revealed the deaths in her family have led to her anxiety shooting off the roof.
The TV presenter, who remains to mourn the death of her husband Farai Sibanda during a car accident in 2019, has lifted the lid on battling to deal with the news of the death of her loved ones.
Although she does well on some days by staying and keeping positive, she revealed January 7 wasn’t one of those days. She said hearing of the deaths pulled her back to the “dark place” during which she found herself when she lost her husband.
“Today has been one among those emotionally tough ones. My anxiety is correctly shot. I’ve done all I can within the past few months to figure on feeding my mind with all the positivity I can (and I shall continue) but today was hard,” she said.
Kaise said what sent her anxiety levels high was hearing of her loved ones succumbing to the coronavirus.
“From being concerned a few loved [one] who is fighting the virus to hearing the news of the loss of a beloved of somebody I cared about, it’s dark but we’ll find the light again.
“My only wish is that when we do, we never allow anything to ever deduct the enjoyment of knowing that we overcame. Goodnight. Stay blessed. Keep safe.”
Last year, the previous Our Perfect Wedding presenter reflected on the pain of losing her husband in an episode on her YouTube channel After Dark with Kayise.
In the episode, she thanked her family for the love and support they showed her during the difficult times.
“My mother, you’ll see she was taking strain having to worry on behalf of me and my eight-month-old baby. She did it with such grace, commitment, and love. I remember bawling my eyes out when she checked out me and said, ‘I wish I could deduct your pain.’”
The presenter said her mother helped nurture her back to full health after the accident because she couldn’t walk and bathe without help or drive.
“When we came back from the funeral I feel is once I really felt the love and support from my family, friends, and most certainly from SA. I probably would haven’t made it without my family.”