Have an honest conversation with someone you trust. While it may be difficult to open up, sharing your feelings is one of the most powerful things you can do for your mental health. Not sure what to say?
Your mental health impacts how you think, feel, and behave. Like your physical health, your mental health can be good or bad, and that may change over the course of your life – it is on a continuum.
When you’ve connected with a friend or a trusted adult it can be hard to find the right words.
To avoid making a promise, don’t make one. Instead say, “I can do that unless there’s something that makes me really worried about you. I’m always here for you and can go with you to get help, if it’s helpful.”
Take care of yourself and know your own limits. If it weighs on your mind daily and is stressing you out, talk to a trusted adult.
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