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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Coping in healthy ways is key!There are a lot of ways to try and stay positive throughself-help. Journaling, exercising and taking a shower/bath,are just the beginning of somepositive coping skills youcan suggest or try! Reaching out is a great next step!Utilize your resources!School councilors, social workersand phycologists are at yourfinger tips. They can be a great suggestion to a friend in schooland for yourself when in need. Mental Health help in Highschool Phycologists have always said realizingthere is aproblem is the first step togetting better/solving issues. By Jordan Stone boilermedia double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. NOTE TO SELF: Do not be disappointed in yourself from thelack of progression with grades, school work,and motivation due to emotional, and mental needs.It's okay to ask for help! If you ever feel that you or someone else is in danger, it is important to let someone know. 911 is a good place to call when there is violence or suicide risk for you or a friend.A great suicide hotline is the ASFP (800-237-8255) which offers over 150 languages! Getting support outside of school may seem tricky, but can be very beneficial. Talking to a parent/guardian or a trusted adult can be a step in a great direction. Do not forget that there are other students and peers who are all dealing with something.Everyone could use help now and then. Realizing people care and refrainingfrom shutting others out can be difficult but necessary in helpingyourself become the best you can be! 1 IN 5 young people are suffering from a mental illnessaccording to DID YOU KNOW?
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