Mental health problems don't only affect adults, children, teens, and young adults can have mental health problems too. In fact, three out of four people with mental health problems showed signs before they were 24 years old. If you are thinking about harming yourself, get help immediately. You can call 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Line at 1(800) 273-TALK (8255). (mentalhealth.gov)
Maintaining top grades; admissions into top colleges; teacher conflict; parent pressure; self pressure.
Peer pressure to do drugs; using drugs as an escape.
Too heavy, too skinny, too short, too tall...
Feeling like you're not heard? Worried that what you say will make someone upset, so you just say what you think they want to hear? Only communicating via text and social media? School problems, but are afraid to talk to your teachers?
Being nervous; excessive worrying about the outcome of a situation; feeling overwhelmed; feeling short of breath; insomnia.
No money; feeling less than; trying to keep up with peers. Money issues can lead to crime.
Bullying is bad enough, but cyber bullying reaches, hundreds, thousands, sometimes millions of people. Are you a victim of cyber bullying? Do you witness cyber bullying? Do something...
GRIEF / BERIEVEMENT
Feeling sad over just about anything. Sad over a oss of any kind, such as , loss of a loved one, loss caused by divorce, loss of a friend.
Boyfriend/girlfriend; parent; child; teacher; friend, peers. What is a healthy relationship? How do you communicate to maintain a healthy relationship?
Pressures to have sex; unsure about the facts of sex; what is date rape and what to do about it; confusion about sexuality.
Feeling: not worthy; unloved; like no one likes you; not good enough; "I'm too..."I'm not..."