Last published 2 August 2021
Feeling anxious? Stressed out? Not sleeping properly? As you grow up, you experience physical changes and various pressures, such as exams and bullying, that can have an impact on your mental health. On top of that, you might be struggling with how COVID-19 has changed your life.
Good Thinking is here to help boost your mental wellbeing. Working closely with organisations like Partnership for Young London, we invite young people to guide and review our content – so you can be sure we’ll help with the issues that really matter to you.
In 2021, we’re giving you even more digital resources, including some fantastic free wellbeing apps and top tips to help you get through the tough times. We hope you find Good Thinking useful – if so, please tell your friends about us too.
If you feel extremely distressed and worried that you might not be able to keep yourself safe, please reach out for help. In this article, you’ll find details of NHS 24/7 helplines and other support organisations.
Over the next few months, we’ll be creating a series of short guides to help you boost your mental health. Check out our latest guides and watch this space for more...
We’ve been helping Londoners to improve their mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic. You might find the following articles interesting. If you or someone you know needs COVID-19 guidance in another language, we recommend visiting the Doctors of the World website.
Our podcast series looks at people’s personal experiences of the coronavirus pandemic and provides expert advice on a range of mental wellbeing topics. You can find more podcasts in our COVID-19 advice hub.
Although everyone is affected in different ways by coronavirus, we’re all in this together. Our blog writers include young people and mental health experts. You can find more blogs in our COVID-19 advice hub.
During the first COVID-19 lockdown in 2020, Good Thinking teamed up with Partnership for Young London and TikTok to find out how young Londoners were coping. You can read all about it here, and watch this video to find out what they said...
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