Coronavirus and mental health
Tips, advice and guidance on where you can get support for your mental health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemicFind Out More
Whether it’s spending time on social media, being with friends and family, or going to university – there are things we do every day that impact our mental health. Read our tips and advice on how you can look after yourself.
We know it can be difficult to know how to respond when someone opens up to you about their mental health. Here’s our advice on what you can say and how you can support your friend, while looking after your own mental health too.
Being treated differently or unfairly because of our race, skin colour or ethnicity can negatively affect our mental health. Here's some information on how to get help if you've experienced racism.
Being at university can be a really exciting period in your life, but it can also feel stressful or overwhelming at times. Here are some ways you can look after yourself.
How you experience social media can affect your mood. That’s why, together with O2, we’ve gathered these tips and advice on how to enjoy a more positive time online.
Your experiences with your gender may affect your mental health. For some, this can be a confusing or difficult time, but it doesn’t always have to be this way. Here's some information and advice to help.
The experiences you have because of your sexuality can impact your mental health. Here's some information to help you get the support you deserve.
It’s common to suffer from low self-esteem at some point in your life, but you can do things to make it better. Help boost your wellbeing by trying these seven steps.
Tips, advice and guidance on where you can get support for your mental health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
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