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Feeling anxious about attending school or work? Contact a hotline in South Gloucestershire, England for support.

We often hear that school and work are among our greatest responsibilities in life. So, when we struggle to get through the day’s tasks, activities, or social and professional interactions, it’s easy to feel like we’ve failed. There are 0 helplins in South Gloucestershire, England to reach out to for free support if you:

  • Experience intense shyness, anxiety and low self-esteem when interacting on tasks with others.
  • Feel overwhelmed by lessons, tasks and activities and unable to handle the stress.
  • Feel excessively tired, depressed, hopeless, withdrawn, or consider turning to drugs or alcohol.
  • Feel so trapped and powerless about school or work that you consider suicide or self-harm.
  • Have thoughts of violence, self-harm or suicide because you feel trapped by school or work.
  • Don’t trust your peers, teachers or colleagues and feel victimised by their words and actions.
  • Feel stressed and overwhelmed by the quantity or content of homework, tasks, assignments and projects.
  • Avoid interacting or working on tasks by withdrawing, sleeping or hiding in the rest room.

Difficulties at school or work can have a domino effect. Specific issues such as pressure from teachers or managers, undiagnosed learning disabilities, poor vision or hearing, bullying and social anxiety can end up impacting every aspect of your daily experience at school or work – but you are not alone.

When such feelings persist for weeks, months or more, it may be time to reach for support. With the help of counselors or volunteers who understand how distress at school and work can impact on your wellbeing, you can find a meaningful path forward. Consider contacting a hotline in South Gloucestershire, England for free, private help.


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