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Find someone you trust and feel safe to talk to.
Give yourself time to relax daily and practice mindfulness.
Practice some breathing exercises to ease worries and stress.
What is it that you are actually worried about?
Be positive; imagine your glass as half full, not half empty.
Instead of thinking you can’t do something, change your thinking to ‘I can’.
Avoiding fears makes them scarier, so taking the plunge and facing your fear head-on can help you overcome it.
Make healthy choices with your diet, what you drink and your lifestyle:
We all have bad days. Bad days are normal. You’re not going to be in the best mood every single day.
So don’t try to be perfect. Set backs are normal, and often help to make us even stronger in the long run.
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Find out what services are available to you in your area. Remember your school nurse is always there to give you confidential help and support.
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