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Helplines in Shandong, China.

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Concerned about a loved one's mental health? Contact a hotline in Shandong, China for guidance.

Many of us have struggled with our mental health at some point, or we know someone who has. When we suspect that a loved one could be having mental health problems, it can raise concerns. If your loved one shows any of these signs, contact a helplines in Shandong, China for advice – 4 helplines are available:

  • They seem to have a “I don’t care” attitude.
  • They always seems to be down or in a low mood.
  • They have told you that they are having trouble sleeping.
  • They have told you they are struggling emotionally.
  • They have started talking in a slow, low voice without much expression.
  • They have suddenly lost or gained a lot of weight.
  • They appear to be consumed by their thoughts and in their own world.
  • They seem secretive, like they're hiding something.

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.

Contacting a helpline in Shandong, China can put you in touch with a compassionate counselor. A helpline counselor can offer you helpful advice for supporting a loved one you're concerned about. You can also get help for any difficult emotions you may be experiencing as a result of your loved one's behavior.


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