What to do if you’re anxious about coronavirus
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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.
A personal thank you from our CEO, Emma Thomas, to the trusts and foundations who have supported us with their funding and flexbility through the current crisis.
During lockdown, we may feel pressure to do certain things or be a certain way, but it's important to be patient with ourselves. That's why self-forgiveness is so important, says Emma, 18.
It's so important for our mental health to try and stay connected with others during lockdown. We asked our bloggers how they're keeping in touch with loved ones. Here's what they said.
Three parents share their experiences of isolation so far – and their tips for making sure there’s still time every day for looking after yourself.
Emma, 18, shares her experience of a rare condition called PANDAS which caused her to develop OCD after an infection.
Our guest blogger shares her tips for how to look after your mental health during Ramadan this year while we're under lockdown
A mother-of-two shares her tips for managing family life in lockdown.