Everyone has concerns and worries at some point in their life but if you are feeling overwhelmed, unhappy or struggling to cope then you need to be able to speak to a trusted adult.
This can be a parent, a school nurse, a youth worker or a mental health worker. You can also visit your GP or your school may have counselling services.
All these people will take your concerns seriously and keep them confidential if you wish.
If you don't feel you are ready to speak to someone face to face just yet, then you can find lots of information online. You can find lots of help, support and advice from the following places.
Childline is the UK's free helpline for children and young people. It provides confidential telephone counselling service for any child with a problem. Call the free 24 hour helpline, tel: 0800 1111.
Samaritans volunteers listen in confidence to anyone in any type of emotional distress without judgment.
Tel: 08457 90 90 90.
B-EAT youth helpline
B-EAT offers information, help and support for anyone affected by eating disorders. It also runs online support groups and message boards.
Tel: 0845 634 7650 Monday to Friday evenings from 4.30pm to 8.30pm and Saturdays from 1pm to 4.30pm.
Young Minds offers advice and information for young people about mental health conditions, medication and other mental health wellbeing issues. There is also a parent's helpline.
Parents can email: firstname.lastname@example.org and will receive an answer within three working days. Alternatively you can call 0808 802 5544 Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 4pm (free for mobiles and landlines).
Every year over 1600 young people take their own lives in the UK. Many thousands more contemplate suicide. Many harm themselves or suffer alone, afraid to speak openly about how they are feeling.
Papyrusaims to give young people hope and to prevent young suicide.
Self- harm UK offers information and support around self-harm including an online support group.
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First Steps Derbyshire is Derbyshire's only eating disorders charity. The charity supports people all over Derbyshire and the surrounding areas who are affected by eating difficulties and disorders; this includes parents, partners and families.
Watch First Steps' short film about eating disorders and stigma.
Derbyshire's specialist weight management service, Live Life Better Derbyshire, can also help people to tackle bad eating habits, over eating and excess weight.
Safe Speak is Relate Derby and Southern Derbyshire's counselling service for people aged from nine to 19 and living in Derbyshire. It works in selected schools and other places across the county and is free and confidential. You can get in touch with the service by calling, tel: 0800 093 5264 or 01332 349301.
Rise Aboveoffers help for young people on how to deal with personal and emotional issues. It's aimed at 11 to 16 year olds and tackles topics such as puberty, relationships, alcohol, self-harm, smoking, contraceptive choices, drugs, body confidence, peer pressure and mental health.