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Feeling defeated by the impacts of a physical illness? Free helplines are available in Liverpool, England

The news and reality of a physical illness can have a disruptive impact on your life. You may have trouble doing things that seemed effortless before. You may feel alone, burdensome, or isolated from your friends and family. In Liverpool, England there are 1 helplines you can contact for support whenever you feel:

  • Like a burden to friends or family, and no longer a valuable member of society.
  • Grief about the health, mobility, social life and peace of mind that you have lost.
  • Afraid about the uncertainty of life and the pain you may feel from your symptoms.
  • Fear that you'll be defined by your medical condition, instead of who you really are.
  • Worry that you are a burden and no longer as active or capable as before.
  • That your medical condition is having a negative impact on your mental health and wellbeing.
  • Denial, reluctance or an inability to accept your diagnosis or medical condition.
  • Isolated from friends and family due to the physical and mental effects of your condition.

Illness is usually unexpected, and it sometimes seems unfair. Perhaps the news or consequences of your illness has made you feel numb with shock and disappointment, or overwhelmed with powerful emotions. The inability to think straight or function may make you feel frustrated, anguished or useless. You are still valued.

No matter your diagnosis or medical outlook, you have the power to face the emotional challenges of physical illness with grace – but you do need support. Reaching out for help does not imply that you are weak or powerless – it simply indicates that you are human. Speak to a volunteer or counselor in Liverpool, England who understands the unspoken effects of physical illness on mental health.


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