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  1. Suicidal Thoughts

    This page provides information about suicide, and where you can get advice and support. Overview about suicide Suicide is the act of intentionally taking your own life. Suicidal thoughts and feelings can affect anyone of any age, gender or background, at any time.  Men over…
  2. Eating Disorders

    This page provides information about eating disorders, and where you can get advice and support. Overview of Eating Disorders An eating disorder is a mental illness where you use food to manage your feelings. You may become obsessed with food and your eating patterns and…
  3. Anxiety

    This page provides information about anxiety, and where to go for advice and support. Overview of anxiety Anxiety can make you feel worried, nervous, tense, restless or scared. It can cause physical symptoms such as a racing heartbeat, sweating, trembling, panic attacks and stomach aches.…
  4. Self-harm

    This page provides information about self-harm, and where you can get advice and support. Overview of self-harm Self-harm is when you hurt yourself as a way of dealing with a build-up of difficult feelings or thoughts.  Self-harm can be in a form of scratching, cutting,…
  5. Stress

    This page provides information about stress, and where you can get advice and support. Overview of stress Stress is our body’s respond to: pressure, new situations or experiences and unexpected life events.  Stress also occurs when we feel threatened or feel like we no control…
  6. Barnardo's Phoneline Service

    Barnardo’s phoneline service helps to guide families to emotional wellbeing support via the Emotional Wellbeing Hub helpline The Barnardo’s phoneline service is a new additional option that has been added to the Emotional Wellbeing Hub helpline to help support parents and carers in East and…
  7. I'm worried about my child's mental health

        Does your child need urgent help? If it's an emergency call 999. If it's not life threatening. Call NHS 111 and press option 2 for 24/7 Mental Health Crisis Support. The video below titled 'Mental Health Myths (Mind your Language)' expains about common misunderstandings…
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