What to do if you’re anxious about coronavirus
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Rachael, 22, explains how her autism intersects with her mental health, and how the two things are - and aren't - related.
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Our guest blogger shares her tips for how to look after your mental health during Ramadan this year while lockdown restrictions are still in place
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Jacob, 23, shares how he felt when he was asked to shield, how he has coped during the pandemic, and his advice on coming out of lockdown if you've been shielding.
It's natural for us to go through periods where we don't feel very confident. Aimee, 17, shares a simple analogy that helps her when she's struggling with low self-esteem.