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Feeling anxious about attending school or work? Contact a hotline in Vermont, United States for support.

Persistent problems at school or work may leave you feeling overwhelmed, stressed, singled out or left behind. What’s worse, such challenges can be impossible to avoid, with daily exposure impacting your mental health and wellbeing. There are 9 hotlines in Vermont, United States where you can ask for help if you:

  • Avoid classes, school or work by faking symptoms, illnesses or engagements such as family events.
  • Feel so trapped and powerless about school or work that you consider suicide or self-harm.
  • Feel self conscious and somehow inferior to others around you at school or work.
  • Struggle to follow lessons or tasks that those around you appear to find easy.
  • Are unable to understand, follow or complete the days lessons, tasks or activities.
  • Have trouble understanding tasks, assignments and lessons, and feel left behind or inadequate.
  • Constantly feel tired, lazy, sad or depressed, wishing you weren’t at work or school.
  • Have begun to ‘self-medicate’ with drugs or alcohol at or after school or work.

If daily troubles at school or work are affecting your mental wellbeing, you’re not alone. Many people experience social anxiety, with difficulty interacting and fitting into groups. Others have trouble staying organised, comprehending lessons and tasks, or even remaining still and focused when in class or at the office.

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 Vermont, United States for free, private help.


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