What is going on for you?
Take a look through the list below and select what you want to focus on today. Press the “+” to learn more about each option. You can always come back to this step and choose something different to focus on.
You may feel lonely, sad, moody, numb, irritable, worthless or hopeless. You may find yourself imagining the worst, unable to concentrate, always tired, feeling different or without motivation.
You may feel out of control, feel discomfort in your body, or experience intrusive thoughts around food and exercise. You may feel guilt or shame about the way you look or the foods you eat. Maybe you only feel good after losing weight. You may feel the need to count calories and worry about your body weight, shape or size. You may avoid eating food around others or binge eat in secret. Other people in your life may be concerned about your eating habits or mental health.
You may be pushed around, teased, ignored, singled out or given stupid nicknames. You’re often treated unfairly and sent hurtful online posts, messages or emails. You are threatened by others and get pressured to do things you don't want to do. You may be the subject of gossip or rumours.
You may be feeling lonely or argue a lot with family and friends. You may get treated badly, disrespected or feel like you can't trust those around you. Maybe you're having trouble in your relationships with friends or family and are unsure what to do.
You may feel unsafe in your relationship with your partner or feel like they can’t be trusted. Maybe you feel pressured to do things you don't want to or feel you are walking on eggshells around your partner. You may be afraid of making them mad or they may be extremely jealous. You often consider breaking up with your partner.
You may need support coming out or are getting bullied about your gender. Perhaps you’re wondering about being intersex or having a gender transition. Maybe you’re uncomfortable with your body, or questioning your gender identity.
You may be wondering about whether you’re attracted to someone of the same gender or worried that you're not interested in dating. You might be looking for support coming out. You may be feeling unsupported or are getting bullied about your sexuality.
You may need advice on contraception or having sex for the first time. You may be worried about pregnancy, pain during sex, abnormal periods or have a burning sensation while peeing. Maybe you have an unusual lump, rash, discharge, ulcer or swelling.
You may not feel in control of your drug and alcohol use. You often use drugs to cope or have a good time. You may have hurt someone because of drug/alcohol use. You often drive under the influence. Your family and friends have told you they are worried about you.
You may be worried stuff with school like failing, falling behind or thinking about dropping out. You may worry about work, your career path and money. You may be homeless, unemployed or need help with legal things.
You may have trouble following conversations, thinking clearly, concentrating or remembering things. You often see, hear, smell or taste strange things that other people say aren’t there.
You may feel like hurting or injuring yourself on purpose, or overdosing on drugs or medication.
You may feel worthless, or like there’s no hope or way out. You might hate life or feel like killing yourself.
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Foundry does: record which buttons and links are clicked, and when they are clicked. This helps us understand how the tool is being used and identify areas that we might need to change or improve. We also use information from submissions to recommend appropriate support options.