Bullying affects over one million young people every year, and anyone can be bullied. You can stand up to the bullies and we’ll help you do it.Find Out More
Feeling different from usual or noticed a change in your behaviour? Find out about some common feelings and mental health symptoms, how to cope, and where to go to get help.
Bullying affects over one million young people every year, and anyone can be bullied. You can stand up to the bullies and we’ll help you do it.
Everyone eats differently but if you take eating to extremes you could have an eating problem. But you’re not alone. Find out how eating becomes a problem and what you can do if you’re affected.
It’s natural to feel sad, depressed, anxious and angry when someone close to you dies. We can help you find support as you come to terms with your loss.
Self harm is difficult to talk about but it’s a common problem and you can beat it. Find out what self-harm means and what to do if you think you’re affected by it.
We all feel angry sometimes, often when there’s a good reason. Uncontrolled anger can be harmful, but you can learn to manage it.
We all sometimes have problems with sleeping, waking, or having bad dreams. If sleep issues are affecting you, we can help you tackle them.
Some of us enjoy school, some of us find it tougher. If you’ve got a problem with school, there are ways to get help.
Abuse is always wrong and it can be very difficult to talk about but you’re never alone. If you’re worried about abuse, find out what it is and who can help you.
If you’re worried about a child or young person’s mental health, there is plenty of help and advice including our free Parents Helpline.