Find information about how to look after your emotional wellbeing, support from organisations around Scotland and tips on how to promote a positive mindset.
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If you or somebody else is needing a bit of emotional support, these organisations offer a variety of support.
Body image is how we think and feel about ourselves physically. This Young Minds page shares helpful information and resources around the topic.
Join us for the first in our #AyeFeel Like Talking series all about body image, as we speak to Elena and Patrycja from YWCA Scotland - The Young Women's Movement and Katie from the Young Scot Health Panel.
Mental health blogs, written by young people for young people. Sharing tips, information and ideas to support and promote a positive mindset, mental health and emotional wellbeing.
Tammy, a Mental Health Therapist, shares simple yet effective techniques to help your mental health and emotional wellbeing. If you are managing anxiety, feeling stressed or just want to release some tension, try giving these technique a go.
Take a look at Young Scot's YouTube channel to access a range of free mindfulness activities, including yoga sessions, breathing exercises and face massage.
If you are feeling worried, anxious or upset, it is so important you can talk to someone about what you are going through, so that you don’t have to deal with it alone.
Specialised mental health support for Black and POC youth, open to 12-24 year olds who are a resident in Scotland.
Content Warning: this page contains information about suicide and self-harm. Find out more information from Becky, from children's mental health charity Place2Be.
We all need to sleep. Find out more about what sleep is and how to promote healthy sleeping habits.
Take a look at Young Scot's Instagram for 12 ways you can support your mental health and emotional wellbeing this winter, just look for #12DaysOfPositivity.
It's important to look after yourself when there is lots of worrying news. Here's some tips on how to do so.
Things that are happening in the world around us can make us feel scared, unhappy or worried. Lots of people are talking about COVID-19 or coronavirus at the moment and this can make us feel all of these feelings and more. You’re not alone.
If you feel stressed, or are prone to panic attacks, it can be extremely useful to learn how to control your breathing. It can make you feel relaxed and able to concentrate better.
Problems and worries can be hard to get to grips with when they're just going round inside our heads. Talking or writing can help. Find out how to talk about your feelings
Find out how to watch a series of conversations with young people and experts about mental health and wellbeing throughout July.
Here's what you need to know about studying and student life during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Different options to access mental health support during COVID-19.
We asked some of our youth volunteers and #IWill Ambassadors how they're looking after their emotional and mental wellbeing during COVID-19 restrictions and if they had any tips for others.
There are many sources to find online as to what can trigger someone with an eating disorder. However, you’re likely left with one important question on your mind:
"So what should we say to someone recovering from an eating disorder?"
When someone dies, our lives can feel like they have been turned upside down. We've partnered with St Columba's Hospice who have shared information about grief and bereavement in exceptional times.
If you find yourself endlessly scrolling, don't let screen time be wasted time! Check out all the best ways you can spend time on your phone or laptop!
Information on the meaning of stress, how stress can affect you, and how you can combat it.
The YWCA have recently found body negativity to be high and healthy self image to be low in young women in Scotland. Find out more about what can be done to help young women in Scotland.
Young Scot, Dionne McFarlane, shares her experiences of living with depression.
The Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution answers your questions about resolving conflict.
Mental health and wellbeing experts Cathy Richards and Sean Humphreys answer your questions about looking after your mental wellbeing during the coronavirus 'lockdown'.
Are you stuck at home self isolating? Whether you're social distancing, isolating or in quarantine due to the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, there are lots of things you can do from the comfort of your own home!
Conflicts can happen at any time, but it's important we can figure out how to resolve them before things get worse.
Mental health and wellbeing advice from mental health charity Mind.
See Me focuses on mental health stigma and discrimination. They provide a range of information and resources to do with mental health.
When you eat well, you feel well. Check out this guide on how to chow down on the right balance of healthier and more sustainable food. It’ll show you how much of what you eat overall should come from different food groups.
Take part in daily challenges across our social media during coronavirus lockdown and check back here to see how others have taken them on!
We've put together lots of fun ideas, things to do and projects for if you're bored whilst in isolation or lockdown during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Penumbra work to promote mental health and wellbeing in Scotland. Have a look at their dedicated coronavirus page which includes tips on keeping well, free resources on maintaining good mental health and other useful links.
SAMH share some tips on what to do if you're concerned about a friends mental health.
Anxiety UK offer some tips on tackling any fears you have about life after lockdown.
Eating disorder charity Beat address some common worries to do with the illness and treatment during the coronavirus pandemic.
Young people aged 13 to 21 helped create these mental health and wellbeing resources.
NHS Inform provide reliable information and advice about the coronavirus pandemic.
Health in Mind share some tips on how to help with loneliness during the coronavirus outbreak
Feels FM is the world's first emoji powered jukebox for mental health.
What to do if you are worried about someone else.
Designed by children and young people from the Children's Parliament and the Scottish Youth Parliament, Mind Yer Time has been created to support everyone who loves social media and screen time. There's lots of positive tips, stories and information for children and young people, to help you use your screen time positively!
Scotland’s anti-bullying service
respectme’s 2020/21 anti-bullying campaign #WhatMadeItBetter explores the approaches that helped people deal with bullying behaviour, and provides a platform for young people to feed into anti-bullying solutions.