Help surviving the lockdown
Resources you might find helpful during the coronavirus outbreak – hand picked by young people in Leeds.
Has someone close to you died?
There’s no right or wrong way to feel when someone you care about dies, but there might be people who can help with how you’re feeling.
Feel like hurting yourself?
There are different types of self-harm, often used to control feelings or situations. Find out how to get help.
Feeling really stressed or worried?
Anxiety happens when your body starts reacting to a stressful situation or a worry in your mind. Managing this is the key.
Panic and panic attacks
Panic is a word that’s used a lot, but what does it mean? And what’s the difference between just ‘panic’ and a panic attack?
Are you looking after someone else?
Being a young carer can be tough. Find out where to go for help and support.
Do you feel very low or extremely sad?
When feelings of sadness or depression last for days or weeks at a time it could be time to get some support.
For tips and advice on dealing with anger and details on who you can contact if you need further support.
Worried about an eating disorder?
Eating disorders are not just about food – they can be a way of coping or feeling in control. The earlier you get help the better.
Do you worry about how you look? Find out how to work towards positive self image.
Feeling like you don’t fit in can make you feel lonely and worry that it won’t change. Find information, help and support.
Worried about bullying?
Bullying can come in all different forms, and can make you feel isolated and even angry. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Drugs and alcohol
Is your alcohol or drug use a problem? Straight advice and information.
It’s important to be mentally AND physically healthy as you get older. Find out more about staying strong and living independently.