Young people are navigating a big and changing period in their life. They may be starting a new sixth form, college or university, entering the world of employment, holding down part time jobs, starting families, continuing to support families, dealing with shifting relationships, experiencing financial changes, and the list continues. All whilst navigating a complex social and online environment where constantly checking, engaging or digesting content is an important and valued part of their lives.
Every relationship is different, however there are a few simple ways to support your young people with their mental health:
If you’re struggling personally, worried about someone else or want to some real-life experience or advice, we’re here for you 24/7. Log on and share the question with our supportive community and clinicians.
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