Who can I talk to about my problems?
Last Updated: 12/10/2019 at 10:17pm
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a parent a friend 7 cups of tea a listener a pastor at church and god if you believe he is a great listener
Friends, loved ones. Medical service. But for me I talk to God, that helps me just to pray and have faith
you can talk with us listeners
A freind, family member, teacher, basically anyone that you trust. Oh, and all of us listeners here at 7 cups. :)
Anyone on this site sweetie, literally anyone on this site. Your friends, family members. Anyone deserving of your trust
You can talk to me, an adult or friend you trust, a professional, your teddy bear, you could even to talk to yourself. Talking about your problems in general helps.
Parent,Guardian, School Counselor, Or a listener on 7 Cups :) We are here to listen to you at all times!
You can talk to someone on 7cups.com. Why not? It's free and you can learn something about yourself or make an anonymous friend.
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It is best to talk to someone you trust. Usually a close friend you feel will help and understand you. Also, family members can also be a good support system. If you aren't comfortable talking to family or friends you can always find a counselor to receive professional help and support.
You can always come to 7cups to talk. But your family, friends, teachers at school, guidance counselors can all be good resources if you feel comfortable talking to them. Sometimes professional help is also a great way to have a safe place to talk where your confidence is kept.
you can talk to a listener here, a therapist, friends or family or pretty much anyone who you trust and who cares about you.
If you're a Christian, God is your answer. He will hear your prayer and help you with anything and everything you need help with.
Friends, family, and trained professionals are good to keep on your tool belt! Sites like 7 cups and hotlines are also great tools! There is even a texting line that allows you to text and "cool down" by talking to a crisis trained listener.
If you have any issues, you can come here anytime and seek a listener to help you. You could also seek profesional counceling.
7cups is a great place to do so! If you wabt to talk to strangers who will happily listen and help. Or you can simply choose someone you trust in your family and friends
You can always talk to a listener on 7Cups, but if you are searching for someone to talk to in your personal life, you can always try and talk to your family, your friends, someone at school or maybe at work. There is always someone you can talk to!
Usually whomever you feel comfortable with, otherwise you can utilise websites like these to find decent people who will listen and respond to you in a timely manner.
I'm gonna be honest, therapist is the main way out. Good luck :)
7cupsoftea is ready to listen to all of your worries whatever they may be! All listeners here are waiting to support you 24/7!
A confidential support group, a counselor and therapist are sworn by confidentiality as well as any medical doctors or practitioners that you may have.
You can talk to any listener. remember each listener is different so try find someone just for what you need! Some listeners may be more suited for different problems so if you want a perfect match, search a listener who speaks your language, and is stronger in your area of problem!
You can talk to me, or many other people on 7cups . Or you can talk to a parent you know or a consular at your school.
When I'm with someone I trust. Preferably a friend or family member. The limits are endless. Must be in your member account.
It can be difficult to choose someone to go to when we need to vent out our frustrations, feelings or simply just to talk. However, many times it is best to go to someone you feel comfortable with and whom you trust. This may be a friend or family member. If you don't feel like talking to someone you know because you are afraid to be judged (for example) then another way is to see a counselor. If you are attending school, the mental health center offers this for free (well your tuition pays for it if you are in college) personally this is my favorite. Sometimes if feels great to talk to a stranger. I hope this was helpful (: and i wish you luck!
You can talk to a trusted adult or loved one. You can also talk to a therapist, school/work councler, or a listener on 7cups
There are always people willing to listen and help you through your troubles. You can call a trusted friend or family member, call a helpline, arrange a meeting with a therapist or maybe even talk to someone here on 7 cups! :)
There are so, so, so many people out there who are willing to listen to your problems. Start with your friends and if that dosent work, teachers can hep ore parents, from there online listeners like 7 cups or other similar websites, then a therapiest or counceller can be really helpful. There are so many out there and if one dosen't work there are other oprtions
Well, you can talk with the people here at 7cups about your problems for starters, you can also talk with a close friend or family member, and if you feel like your problems are more severe than what any of we non professional people can handle you should try consulting a therapist. Good Luck.
You can talk to us! Try Browse Listeners to find someone who's best suited to understanding your problems. You can also talk to other members in group chats, some people may share your problems and you can find support for them. However if you feel the need to confide in someone who's actually physically in your life, you could try listing some people who you think could help you out and think about who you want to approach. They could be your parents or other relatives, your religious leaders, a school counsellor and so on.
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