Bukas ang pinto! Masbate Vice Gov. Kaye Revil says she’s always ready to lend an ear
Masbate Vice Gov. Kaye Revil doesn’t want anybody going through their anguish and mental health problems alone.
This is why Revil laid out her open door policy in a Facebook post, where she informed her friends and followers that they could always come to her to share their problems so that they need not suffer in silence.
In her post, she said that not only was her door open and couch comfortable, her place is one of peace and non-judgment.
If someone is still reluctant to go to her office, she could go to him or her, she said. She just wants people to know they are not alone, she added.
She also encouraged her friends to post the same message so that people will know that there is always someone ready to listen.
At the very least, we know this politiko is ready to lend an ear!
“My door is always open and my sofa is super comfy. I don’t have the most extravagant place, but it’s a place of peace and non-judgment; any of my family/friends who need to chat are always welcome anytime. I am never more than a phone call away. It’s no good suffering in silence.
Trust me. I’ve been there too.
There is always something in the fridge to drink, if you like coffee (or tea) I’m sure we can make a pot or two. If you are hungry I will feed you. But if I don’t have what you would like, we can go get something. I’ve got you! You are always welcome and will never be an inconvenience! I’m sure you all already know this but everyone needs reminding that I have an #OpenDoorPolicy.
Or if you really cannot bring yourself outside, I am willing to visit you. Because I want you to know someone is with you, even if you just need a quiet presence beside you.
Could at least one friend, please copy and paste not share. We are trying to demonstrate that someone is always listening.
#nojugdmentjustunderstanding,” she posted.