Exercise is good for the body and the mind. Getting out and taking part in an activity can be just the thing you need. This section has more information on how to help them get started.
Young bodies need the right fuel to grown and get strong. Eating well can even improve your mood and mental health. Check out some foodie facts and help them eat better.
Losing a loved one is incredibly hard, but unfortunately everyone will experience grief at some point in their life. Want to know how you can support a grieving young person?
Having information about what things are and what they can do, will help keep young people safe. It can also help you know what to do if things go wrong. Make sure they know the facts.
Having a glass of wine with tea or a few beers when the football is on is normal. So, how do you have a conversation with a young person about knowing their limits.
Smoking can be harmful to the health of the smoker and those around them, how can you stop a young person from taking up the habit, or how can you help them quit.
The internet is part of everyday life. It is how young people communicate, make friends and learn, but it can be a dangerous place, do you know the dangers? How can you protect them?
New and old relationships can come under strain and cause a young person stress and upset. From a break up, a fall out with a friend or issues at home they need someone to talk too.
Time for the birds and the bees talk? Find out what they know and what they need to know here. Having an open conversation is the best way to help them learn and understand.
Realizing you associate with a different gender or sexuality can be a stressful scary time, not knowing how your family will react can be the scarist bit, but you can make it easier.
This is a huge topic, that covers most things mental health! 1 in 4 people experience a mental health problem at some point in their life. We’ve got some mental wellbeing tips for you.
Everyone has to find ways of coping and self-harm is often viewed as a physical response to that emotional pain. It is used to describe a wide range of behaviours
If you’ve seriously injured yourself or taken an overdose call 999 or get immediate medical treatment from A&E.
If you are feeling suicidal or in a crisis and feel like you can’t cope, speak to somebody straight away. Search below for further help.
Free, confidential helpline for young people up to the age of 18.
Call 0800 1111
Free, 24/7 crisis support. Need support? Text YM to 85258.
Free, confidential helpline for any age open 24 hours a day
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If you’ve been having suicidal feelings or have been in crisis try speaking to your GP. They can talk about the thoughts you’re having and make sure you get the help and support you need.
You may feel totally alone. No matter how bad things get and how strong those feelings might be, there is always someone who will listen to you.
Help and advice for people thinking about suicide and people who are worried about someone else.
Call HOPELINE UK 0800 068 41 41
CALM promote a free, confidential and anonymous helpline offering help, advice and information to males who are experiencing depression or crisis.
Call 0800 58 58 58