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Natasha, 20, shares her experience of seeking help for her mental health during lockdown, and how CBT has helped her cope with extreme mood swings, depression and mania.
It is completely normal to feel anxious about seeing friends again after so long in lockdown. Gigi, 25, shares her experience of this and how she is coping.
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After so long in lockdown, it is normal to feel a bit worried about leaving the house, especially if you've had to shield during this time. Lauren, 19, shares her experience - and how she's coping.
As lockdown restrictions ease, the 'new normal' we've been living in is slowly starting to change. Some of our bloggers share why this makes them anxious.
Our bloggers explain why they believe young people will need more mental health support as we emerge from lockdown.
Hattie, 22, shares her experience of developing health anxiety during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Alfie, 17, shares with the Government his thoughts on why they need to ensure schools and colleges have better mental health support available in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.