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Are you finding days at school or work stressful or difficult? Get free help from a hotline in Australia.

School and work are considered foundations in life, and both are difficult to avoid. For some, the thought of attending on a daily basis can seem like a nightmare, seriously impacting on mental health and happiness.There are 9 helplines in Australia. It might be time to reach for help if you:

  • Experience intense shyness, anxiety and low self-esteem when interacting on tasks with others.
  • Have intense school or work related anxiety, stress, fear or worry.
  • Feel so unhappy attending that you regularly find ways to avoid school, classes or work.
  • Have considered hurting yourself or others to end your daily troubles at work or school.
  • Feel isolated, withdrawn and constantly tired at school or work.
  • Feel stressed and overwhelmed by the quantity or content of homework, tasks, assignments and projects.
  • Struggle to follow lessons or tasks that those around you appear to find easy.
  • Often absentee yourself for headaches, flu, injuries and stomach bugs that you don’t really have.

Interacting with peers and colleagues can be challenging. You may have trouble expressing yourself, saying the right things, or fitting into groups, but you are not alone. Your challenges at school or work may also stem from pressure or heavy workloads, sensory impairment, learning disabilities, and more.

When troubled thoughts about school or work get in the way of your potential, it might be time to access support. Receiving support doesn't make you weak – it simply means you're human. Consider contacting a helpline in Australia for free and confidential support today.


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