Worried about how you're feeling

Feeling down - flat | no energy | nothing feels fun

It’s normal to feel sad or ‘blue’ from time to time.

However, when feelings of sadness are too intense or stick around for a long time it can be hard to work, socialise or take care of things at home.

If you’re experiencing these feelings and they’re affecting your life, you should find out more about low mood and depression, and what you can do about them.

Feeling stressed - worrying all the time | panic attacks | hiding from the world

Stress, worry and anxiety are normal responses to pressure in life.

But if your anxiety or worry is so severe that it interferes with your ability to cope with daily life, it’s time find out more about anxiety and what you can do about it.

Troubled by memories - nightmares | flashbacks | blocking out reminders of trauma

After a distressing or traumatic experience, it’s normal to go over what happened and even to have dreams about it.

If it gets too much, we might deliberately try to block out those thoughts and force ourselves to think about something else. This usually settles down within the first week or two.

But if thoughts keep recurring and you don’t feel like you can come to terms with what happened, you might have a problem with post-traumatic stress.

Grief - mourning | sad and lonely

It can be very painful losing someone or something you care deeply about.

You might experience all kinds of difficult emotions. Sometimes it will feel like the pain will last forever and you’ll never get back to normal.

There is no right or wrong way to grieve, but there are ways to cope with grief that will help you to recover and move on.

Anger - short fuse | frustrated | wound up | aggro

We all get angry sometimes; it's part of being human. But if anger is expressed in ways that are harmful to ourselves or someone else, or persists for a long time, it can have serious impacts on your life and wellbeing. Learn more about problems with anger.