The pain of loosing a child and having to lay him or her to rest cannot be compared to anything and comes with a lot. Therefore, it is important for one to get enough support and help in dealing after going through that.
Ntombi Mzolo previously known as Ntombi Ngcobo is a South media personality who is the daughter of two music legends being Ihhashi Elimhlophe and Linah Ngcobo popular known by her stage name, Ebony. Ntombi Mzolo is popular known from presenting on SABC 1's show called Come Again which now has a new presenter. Mzolo as a presenter on the mentioned show travelled accross the country visiting different places including tourist attractions, learning more about them.
It has been a very difficult year filled with pain for Ntombi Mzolo as she lost another child after loosing her son shortly following his birth. Ntombi recently lost her younger daughter, Linile Mzolo after being involved in an accident.
In speaking about her daughter at her funeral, Ntombi Mzolo said "Linile healed my heart. She blessed our souls. She was the light of the family especially after we lost Dunamis. She was full of life".
Ntombi lost a child before and many would believe that she is strong and is already used to the pain n but the truth is no one can ever get used to the pain that comes with loosing a loved one. Ntombi Mzolo is not letting the pain that she is currently dealing with be the end of her. Instead, she is carrying on with life bringing positive changes through helping other mothers in dealing with loosing their children.
Mzolo revealed on social media that she was now on a journey to assist other mothers who have lost their children to heal through healing sessions.
Ntombi on Instagram said, "Since Linile's passing, I've received a lot of DM's from other mothers of angels who need help in dealing with with their loss. I've been struggling to attend to them because my DM's are full. If you're a mother of an angel and would like to join our healing sessions. Please DM us your contact details".
Many mothers struggle to deal with loosing their children especially if it's for the first time. Most of the time, they end up loosing themselves as well. It is good to see someone remembering them and using her time to help them especially being someone in the public eye. Ntombi Mzolo is definitely one of a kind, she deserves to be applauded for what she is currently doing.
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