Who can I talk to about my problems online?
Last Updated: 06/05/2018 at 7:47pm
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Everyone here on 7 cups of tea. All of the listeners here on seven cups of tea are here to listen to you. Nobody here is getting payed to listen we choose to listen.
It is pretty simple just ask a listener here on 7 cups or find a hotline that you can talk to. There are many people out there willing to help you.
Try talking to several people. Get different perspectives. One person may give you something that doesn't work for you, but another may give you what you need. Talk to who makes you feel comfortable
who you choose to talk to online depends on your comfort level. anywhere from professionals and friends, to spiritual leaders, listeners here on site, other members in chatrooms. Trusting people takes time and for good reason, taking things slowly protects you from lots of unsavory people.
You could always talk to the Listeners here at 7 cups of tea! Or alternatively, if you are looking for professional help within Australia (where I am from), you could visit several websites including: - Beyond Blue - eHeadspace (for those aged between 12- 25) - Kids Help Line (for those aged between 12-25) - SANE All these services have online chat services for counselling, as well as supportive forums. Don't hesitate to reach out for help!
There is a lot of people you can talk to online about your problems. It really depends on the problem. I am open to talking with most people, but there are certain topics which i have no experience in, so there for I would not be able to help. But usually you can send me a Private Message and I will always accept. I can not promise that I can help, but I will promise to listen. Hope my answer helped Friendly Regards greatfulPassion76
My first experience of looking for help online led me to 7 cups actually and it really helped me. so its good to look for chat rooms that deals with what your dealing with i.e depression, anxiety etc and see how it may help! :)
The best place to start is someplace like here. The listeners will listen to you and reassure you, it's an amazing place. Otherwise, if your problems are more serious, you should look for specialist websites or hotlines where you can talk to professionals.
You can talk to anyone of this site and others such as imalive.org and lifeline.com
You can talk to whoever you want to online about your problems. It might be better if you remain anonymous and don't give any personal info but you can talk to anyone online as long as they are professional and know what their doing. You can talk to anyone on this about your problems and remain anonymous or not, or you could use a different website if you wanted.
You can always talk to a Listener on 7Cups, but if not there are a variety of options. There are many helplines available depending on where you're situated, as well as one-to-one chats with trained counsellors on specific websites.
us becosue we are trained to deal with depresson and we can help and other peeple like childline ( 18 and unders) these peeple are here to help you :)
You can talk about anything and everything that is troubling you. We are all here to hear you out and provide support. :)
When i talk to people on line about my problems i talk mostly to my family members that i love and trust and maybe you could also reach out to a peer too .
Friends and family that you have connected with. Or any of the active listeners on this site! If you have a specific issue you would like to talk about perhaps browse a few listener profiles to see if there is anybody that you really feel you could connect with and then you can chat to them!
7 cups of tea listeners or in a group chat room, we are all hear for you in your time of need. The only person that can explain your situation is you. Log on, connect, start chatting - we are listening.
All of the Listeners here on 7 Cups are trained to listen to certain problems. You can browse our Listeners and check our their profile. They will have a list of categories they specialize in.
well if you wanna talk about your problem online then the best place is "7 cups of tea" without any doubt.
Well, here on 7 Cups, we have trained, attentive, professional, compassionate and supportive listeners, as well as a broad community of active members, willing to give a pair of listening ears; we are here for you, we are here to encourage and uplift you, no matter the situation; please feel free to connect with our listeners; there is no shame here, we are here for you, and for one another.
There are various ways to talk about problems online, for example any site which is genuine and also which supports depression, anxiety or any other stress related problems. It also important to make sure that the site protects the anonymity of users because they will feel secured to their problems. Besides that, sharing problems in a group chats or forums in a website is also another way as it will be helpful to hear and share problems with others.
You can talk to any listener on this site. 7 cups of tea! :) You can go here http://www.7cups.com/BrowseListeners/ and find a listener. there is always someone available to chat :)
Well, there is this site. 7 cups of tea is absolutely FULL of people ready and eager to listen to whatever you may be going through.
Any one of the listeners here on 7 cups who are available would be able to talk to you about your problems, completely open-minded and confidential! If you would prefer peer support, there are group chats available where you can speak in a group setting and have a discussion. You can also unload your full story in the forums which is a great way to get everything off your chest and so people can read your story and support you fully.
Talking to a verified listener on 7cups can be helpful to you. You can look at different listener's profiles and learn about who you feel most comfortable with and who you want to talk to about your issues. By reading different profiles and seeing who you think you would be most comfortable with talking to, will make you feel more comfortable and allow you to open up a little bit and by opening up a little more you could feel a little bit better about yourself
You can choose to speak to any of our listeners on 7 Cups Of Tea. We are here to listen to you and any problems you may be facing.
I could talk about my problem to our listeners. Also, I can log in as a member or guest to talk about it :)
We are here! You're asking this question on the world's best supporting website. You can go to any listener including me and you'll won't feel alone I promise!
There are many online chats and support groups that you can look up on line. 7 cups of Tea is a great start! There are many listeners day and night around the clock to help support you.
You can talk to any of the listeners on 7 cups of tea or speak to people within the group chats, there's also the forums
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