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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
October 25th, 2016 4:35pm
Anybody that you trust! We're all here for you if you'd like to talk to any of us listeners, but there are also people like your friends or a school counselor that you could go to :) A therapist would be a good person to talk to, as well, but it really depends on who you're comfortable opening up to! Best of luck, I send love your way
August 1st, 2017 11:05pm
It depends on who you are comfortable talking to. I found that it's always good to talk to your parents because they love and support you and usually know whats best for you! If not talking to a close friend or a grandparent or trusted adult is good too.
November 14th, 2017 9:58pm
Well you're in a good place to start talking about things - right here on 7 Cups! If you do have a supportive person in your life (family, friend, teacher, ect) then reaching out and talking to them can be really beneficial, too. If you're in school, the school counselor is a good place to start, too.
December 4th, 2017 6:55pm
You can talk to us listeners here at 7Cups, we're always here to listen and chat with you. If not, talking to a friend whom you trust is good or a family member.
December 5th, 2017 7:12am
To the one who will understand the concept of listening. The one who will understand you and will be there for you without judging nor trying to make it about themselves too.
April 2nd, 2018 9:30am
A caring friend, a caring family member. A counselor, pastor. Case manager. You're animals . You can talk to God. Who ever you talk to. That person has to be trustworthy.
April 17th, 2018 4:29pm
First and foremost your parents. Secondly The people you call your friends and lastly U can always share anonymously anywhere that way u get lot off things off mind without even thinking about what other person must be thinking :) Hope i was of help :) all d vry bst
June 18th, 2018 8:05pm
You can talk to a person you trust, feel comfortable around and know that they will support you, a family member, a friend, counselor or therapist, a doctor, teacher or any listener here on 7cups.
October 30th, 2018 5:46am
You could talk to anyone you trust and have a comfort level with.. it could be a friend, sibling, teacher, parent or relative.. Or, you could talk to someone on a site like ours. Our Listeners are available any time you need, are compassionate, and can be a great support system. The bottom line is that you can and should talk to someone who can patiently listen, not judge, and ensure your confidence is kept. It is advisable that you do find someone to talk to though, as oftentimes, just talking about what's on our minds helps more than we can imagine. Reach out, and you'd be surprised how many people care enough to listen.
December 10th, 2019 10:17pm
A listener on 7 Cups. Your friends, family, someone you can trust and are comfortable with. You can talk on forums on here. You can talk in groups on here. Make sure they are comfortable too. We are happy to help you here. Don't suffer in silence. We all need help. Don't be embarrassed or ashamed. This is a supportive, non-judgmental place. Feel free to share. Don't hold it all inside. "Emotions are meant to be felt." Someone is out there to help you. If you don't connect with your first listener keep trying until you find one you connect with.