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Battling to cope with your diagnosis and symptoms? Reach out to a helpline for free support in Sefton, England

The reality of physical illness can be disruptive to your life, impacting how you do basic tasks and the way you see yourself. A serious diagnosis can leave you feeling helpless, defeated, isolated, burdensome and afraid. There are 1 helplines in Sefton, England where you can confide in a volunteer or counselor. Consider contacting them if you feel:

  • Stress about the financial burden that your illness will put on your family.
  • Self-hate over what you’ve become or what feel you must have done to deserve it.
  • Fear that you'll be defined by your medical condition, instead of who you really are.
  • Unsure how to process the reality of death or come to terms with your mortality.
  • Denial, reluctance or an inability to accept your diagnosis or medical condition.
  • Like a burden to friends or family, and no longer a valuable member of society.
  • Isolated from those who don’t comprehend your discomfort or the seriousness of your condition.
  • That you are struggling to cope with the unpredictable or disabling aspects of your illness.

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.

You have the potential to face the challenges of illness with resilience and grace – but you do need support. By reaching to a helpline in Sefton, England, you can talk with counselor or volunteer who understands the unspoken, emotional effects of physical illness. Contacting a helpline doesn't mean you're weak – it simply shows that you are human.


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