What to do if you’re anxious about coronavirus
If the current news on coronavirus (COVID-19) is making you feel anxious, concerned or stressed, here are some things you can do.Find Out More
With schools suddenly forced to close due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many young people didn't have the end to their time at school they were expecting. Ella, 18, shares what this was like for her and what has helped her cope with the sense of loss.
Parent-of-two Rox explains how she has found juggling home-schooling and work so far, and shares her tips for what has helped.
With our routines changing in lockdown, our bodies might be changing too. We asked our Activists and bloggers for their tips on coping - here's what they said.
Eve, 19, shares her experience of recovering from an eating disorder in lockdown and shares her tips if you are struggling with eating problems.
We're hearing a lot about the importance of staying connected and supporting each other right now, but what does that look like? Amy, 17, shares how her friends and family have been supporting her during lockdown.
With social distancing measures in place, face-to-face counselling and psychotherapy has had to stop for the time being. Jacob, 22, shares his experience of online counselling.
For most of us, self-isolation has disrupted our daily routines. For many of us, this has affected our sleep. Honor, 18, shares her tips for if you're struggling to sleep during lockdown.
Life under lockdown can be especially tough if your living situation poses further challenges. Our Parents Helpline experts share their tips for dealing with a lack of physical space, parental separation, arguments, aggressive or violent behaviour and domestic abuse.