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Who can I talk to about my problems?

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Last Updated: 12/10/2019 at 10:17pm
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Top Rated Answers
Anonymous
October 28th, 2015 12:04pm
Anyone, but make you're you talk to someone who you feel safe and comfortable talking to. If you need someone to talk to, all listeners are available!
Starfromheaven
October 28th, 2015 5:10pm
Probably with someone with whom you are comfortable with may be a friend or a teacher some of your relative or may be a therapist we have to check with whom we are close and comfortable sharing all this stuff..
Anonymous
October 29th, 2015 1:31am
The first person to go to would be; parents but if that's not in option you can go to a trusted adult such as: aunt, uncle, grandparents, council...ect.
Anonymous
October 29th, 2015 5:28am
anyone who you believe and can help you find a way out of your problems. Like here on 7 cups of tea, you can find someone you believe to help you
Lauryn22
October 29th, 2015 11:23am
You can talk to a listener on 7 cups, we'd love to help you and listen to all the things you have to say. You can also talk to your friends or your family, or just someone that you trust and I'm sure they'd do their best to help and listen as best as they can to you
RealEmpathy
October 29th, 2015 1:45pm
First, learn to talk with yourself. This is the greatest gift you can give yourself. There is a Tibetan proverb I love, "Do not fear solitude. It is a rare opportunity to become friends with oneself." If life gives you the opportunity, call it "solitude," not "loneliness" and revel in the lessons it has to offer!
HopefulJet61
October 29th, 2015 10:37pm
There's this option here Find a listener! There are many listeners on 7cupsof tea to listen always!:) If you are experiencing thoughts of suicide or self harm reach out and contact The national suicide hotline!
SmileForTheCamera
October 30th, 2015 12:19pm
You can talk to many people about your problems. Your close friends, your family, your teachers at school, a therapist, even us listeners on here!
Corsair
October 30th, 2015 4:50pm
Talkign about problems is always hard to find someone who you trust and also sometimes we feel they do not want to listen to us. However you can always talk to people in 7cups if you feel that way, and people you consider your best friends. They'll always be there to support you.
slowTime
October 31st, 2015 1:14am
You can talk to your friends or family if you trust them. If you can't speak to them, there are a lot of profesionals.
Anonymous
October 31st, 2015 11:54am
You can talk to anyone here. The listeners here will hear out your problems and try to help you the best they can.
Anonymous
November 1st, 2015 6:18am
You can talk to anyone you feel comfortable with talking to; a family member, friend, teacher, counsellor, doctor or you can talk to a listener here on 7 cups of tea or you can call a professional helpline.
Anonymous
November 3rd, 2015 11:08pm
Anyone you trust! Someone who is known to be a good listener or has had plenty of experience would be good but honestly, sometimes it helps to open up to a friend, sibling, parent or basically anyone you feel comfortable around :)
Sarahbellum
November 4th, 2015 4:17am
Having a support system in place is very important. Not all of us have friends or family to talk to at all times so having a journal is a great resource and also listeners here on 7cups!
CleanSlateNate
November 4th, 2015 3:40pm
First, you need to recognize your problems, then, you need to seek help from someone who is willing to listen. A close friend or family member may do the trick. Also, try looking into therapy. Another option is talking to someone here in the 7 Cups community! Best wishes. - Nate
Anonymous
November 4th, 2015 11:12pm
there are many people online or that you can call to talk to! i would recommend online chatting at first then try the call if it isnt working for yeah
Anonymous
November 5th, 2015 4:18am
First choice of who you can talk to would be close friends or family member that you can trust. If there isn't anyone then you can try to come to voluntary websites or counselors. e.g. 7 cups of tea :)
Treacleberry123
November 5th, 2015 4:09pm
Somene you trust.sometimes its hard to tell peers or parents or teachers but it can help it can give you a sense of releif. Otherwise here is a good place.
Plumitcha
November 6th, 2015 1:46am
The best people to talk to is your family or close friends. If you don't have any or don't feel confortable enough, you can seek a listener here or a professional.
beautifulOasis25
November 6th, 2015 6:14am
You can talk to me! Otherwise, you can talk to any available listener on here
Anonymous
November 6th, 2015 6:49pm
of course, here at seven cups, you can talk to any listener about your problems. nobody will judge you, we shall treat you with respect and dignity :)
Anonymous
November 7th, 2015 9:35pm
Anyone that you believe that you can trust. A parent, teacher, a family friend, or even someone on here!
CompassionNeverHurtsButPTSDDoes
November 8th, 2015 7:08am
You can talk about your problems in the various rooms, and with listeners. We're all here to help one another. Look to the left side of your screen. You'll see 1-on-1, and Group Chat. If you hit group chat, you'll see three rooms and an arrow under that. Hit the arrow to be able to see the rest of the rooms. Click on the rooms that apply to you. Talk there. :)
loki1234
November 11th, 2015 11:08am
try to share your problems with as many as people you know , more we will discuss about problems more solutions will come up , and never loose hope
LuwUrZelf
November 14th, 2015 7:15pm
You can talk your parents, friends, therapist, teacher or here to a Listener. You can find help everywhere only if you courage enough.
comiingofage
November 15th, 2015 2:43am
You can talk to anybody you trust, and that you know will listen and not judge you for anything. It can be a friend, a teacher, a parent, a counselor, a sibling, and everyone here as well. There are so many options. Don't do anything you feel uncomfortable or uncertain about. Make the choices that are right for you and will benefit you.
wonderousSunshine82
November 15th, 2015 2:43am
I can talk to my boyfriend about my problems. He is very compassionate and caring and I know he loves me and cares about how I feel and what I think. I can also talk to my mom and my boyfriend's mom as well. I only have one good friend where I live but he always takes the time to listen to me when I need a friend.
TaraIsMyName
November 15th, 2015 11:09pm
When having problems it is not good to carry these burdens on your shoulders on your own. Many persons today do not know who to look to share their problems with. But I personally believe that your therapist is one of the best persons to share your problem with. If you cannot afford a therapist, then I believe your doctor is accept free visits is a good person to vent to. That is if you trust this person. Also you can check with your church or employer for free counseling options. Lastly, if you urgently need to talk to someone but none of the persons I mentioned above aren't available then dial 211. 211 in the United States will connect you to human and social services for your area. Hope this helped. ;)
Anonymous
November 16th, 2015 7:32pm
There's lots of people you can talk to and who will be happy to help, a counsellor, a family member, a friend, a listener on here! But it's important that you can talk to somone :)
PhoenixB
November 18th, 2015 7:12pm
A listener on 7 Cups of Tea would be glad to have you share. But of course there's something about telling someone close to you that makes it all better. Share with a friend, family member, or a listener here at 7 Cups, and I think you'll really feel a lot better.