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Concerned about a loved one's mental health? Contact a hotline in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada for guidance.

Mental health problems are very common, affecting about 13% of the world's population. You may be worried if you've noticed that a loved one's mental health is deteriorating. It's normal to have concerns if you notice the signs below. For help, contact a free helpline in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada – there are 1 available to you.

  • They always seems to be down or in a low mood.
  • They seem to believe things that seem very strange or frightening to you.
  • They've recently experienced a significant life event like a break up or a death.
  • They are seeing or hearing things that are not really there.
  • They have harmed themselves.
  • They seem to have a “I don’t care” attitude.
  • They appear to be consumed by their thoughts and in their own world.
  • They have become highly self-critical.

When someone you love opens up to you about difficult thoughts and feelings, not knowing how to respond is very normal. Yet it can make you feel helpless and cause you distress. Fortunately, there are lots of simple ways you can show your support.

If you contact a hotline in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, you'll be connected to a knowledgeable volunteer, peer or counselor who can help. They can talk you through different ways of supporting a loved one and provide you with referrals if needed. They can also help you find ways to cope with your own distress.


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