Kids' Helpline is not just for kids - their counsellors are trained to deal with people up to the age of 25.
According to a new study published in Scientific Reports, spending two hours a week in the natural environment can improve your physical and mental health. You don't have to spend two hours in one hit, you can spend four half hour blocks in nature. You don't have to climb a mountain either, you can just go for a leisurely walk. Just get out of the burbs and to the park, the beach, the river, the bush (maybe take a friend). Just because it's the middle of winter is no excuse, just rug up and get out there. I took this photo on a drizzly day this week when I was walking my dog.
It's important to look after your mental health - especially with exams coming up. Even if you don't think that you've got time to take a break, you will be much more efficient if you do.
Empathy can be difficult to explain but Brene Brown does an excellent job in this video.