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It can be hard to talk to people about how you feel. You may be worried that they won't take your feelings seriously. You may also be worried about what will happen after you tell them your problems. If you think you don't know anyone who will listen, you can call a confidential counselling service. Kids Helpline Tel. If you don't talk about your problems, you may find your pent-up tensions or feelings burst out in a way that is embarrassing or inappropriate.
An important first step is deciding who you want to talk to. You need to feel that you can trust the person you are talking to. There are counsellors who specialise in talking to young people or families. They can provide counselling in specialty areas, including:. It is important to find ways to express your feelings.
This can help you to release built-up tensions and make better decisions.
There are a of ways you can express how you feel, including:. This has been produced in consultation with and approved by:.
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Summary Read the full fact sheet. On this. Talk to someone you trust Don't keep your problems to yourself Finding the right person to talk to Other ways to deal with your feelings Where to get help. Talk to someone you trust Talking to someone you trust about something upsetting may help you to: Sort through the problem. See the situation more clearly.
Look at the problem in a new or different way. Release built-up tension — this can help you to gain new insight into the situation that is causing the problem. Find out that you are not alone — you may find that many other people share your feelings. Identify options or solutions you hadn't thought of before. Don't keep your problems to yourself If you don't talk about your problems, you may find your pent-up tensions or feelings burst out in a way that is embarrassing or inappropriate.
Finding the right person to talk to An important first step is deciding who you want to talk to. They can provide counselling in specialty areas, including: Wantedsomeone to talk to health including eating disorders alcohol drugs pregnancy family issues relationships including issues such as peer pressurebullying and cyberbullying sex and sexuality study and careers abuse including physical, sexual or emotional abuse. Other ways to deal with your feelings It is important to find ways to express your feelings.
There are a of ways you can express how you feel, including: Set aside some time for yourself, even if it is just 10 minutes. Do things that make you feel good — such as reading or exercising. Write about how you feel — this can be a useful way to explore your feelings.
Some people keep diaries or journals, others just write down whatever comes into their head. You may want to write a story about whatever is bothering you. Walk away from situations that might stress you out or make you angry. Self-talk Wantedsomeone to talk to consciously change negative thought patterns to help you look at things in a more positive light.
Meditation — being mindful is one way to focus your thoughts and consider the big picture. Is your stressful situation worth getting stressed about? Will it matter in the long run? Play sport or do some physical activity — it will give you plenty of chances to get rid of pent up energy. Be creative — draw, paint or make a collage.
Use music — singing, playing or listening to music or just shouting can all help. Dance to music at home, or go out and dance as much as you like. Where to get help Your GP doctor Counsellor for example, at your school or work Social worker at your school or local community health centre Kids Helpline — telephone counselling service for children and young people aged 24 hours, 7 days Tel. Give feedback about this. Was this helpful? Yes No. View all healthy mind. Related information. From other websites 10 tips for coping — ReachOut.
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