What is going on for you?
Take a look through the list below and identify the experience you want to focus on today. When you’re finished, click the “Find help with this” button on the bottom of the page to go to the next step. You can always go back to this step and choose another option.
You may feel lonely, sad, irritable, feeling worthless or hopeless, imagining the worst, unable to concentrate, moody, always tired, numb, feeling different or have no motivation.
You may be worried about failing or other studies and thinking about dropping out. You may often worry about work, career path, where to live and money. You may be homeless, unemployed or need help with legal things. You might feel addicted to something you can't stop.
You may have trouble following conversations, thinking clearly, concentrating or remembering things. Often see, hear, smell or taste strange thing or that other people say aren’t there.
You may need support coming out or get 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 feel out of control, obsessed or disgusted with bodies, food and exercise. Often feel guilty or ashamed about eating and only feel good after losing weight. Always count calories and worry about getting fat. Often avoid food or binge in secret when feeling upset. Other people may be concerned about your diet or weight.
You may feel like hurting or injuring yourself on purpose, or overdosing on drugs or medication.
You maybe unsure about a relationship, you feel lonely or argue a lot with family and friends. You often get treated badly, disrespected or feel like a partner can’t be trusted. Maybe you're having trouble coping with a break up, feel heartbroken or want to break up with someone.
You may feel unsafe in your relationship with your partner or feel like a partner 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 getting them mad, or they may be extremely jealous.
You may not feel in control of your drug and alcohol use. Often use or rely on drugs and alcohol to cope or have a good time. You may have hurt someone because of drug and alcohol use. Often drive under the influence. Your family and friends may be worried.
You may feel worthless, or like there’s no hope or way out. You might hate life or feel like hurting yourself.
You may be worried about pregnancy, painful sex, abnormal periods or a burning sensation while peeing. You may need advice on contraception or having sex for the first time. Maybe you have an unusual lump, rash, discharge, ulcer or swelling.
You may be pushed around, teased, ignored, singled out or given stupid nicknames. Often treated unfairly and sent hurtful online posts, messages or emails. You may feel threatened by others and get pressured to do things you don't want to do. Maybe you're the subject of gossip or rumours.
You may need support coming out or get bullied about your sexuality. Perhaps you're wondering about whether you’re attracted to someone of the same gender or worried that you're not interested in dating.
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