Anxiety, Depression, Self Harm + Inpatient // MY EXPERIENCE

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"Hey guys! So, i hope this clears a few things up, I know a lot of you had so many questions regarding my last video (linked below) if you have any more questions about self harm, anxiety, depression - I will make another video - if you'd like? love you all thank you for everything x


if you are really struggling please call one of these numbers, you matter and it's not okay to suffer in silence:
crisis hotline - 0300 304 7000
mind - 0300 123 3393
samaritans - 116 123
young minds - 0808 802 5544
bEAT: 0345 634 7650

top - topshop
lips - mac angel

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"Also watch out for reactions when something sad happens. For instance, when someone dies it's normal for everyone in the family to feel distressed. But if you feel your child's reaction is too extreme or has gone on for too long, that could also be a sign"

Dr Navina Evans

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