I'm having a difficult time
If you're feeling low, sad, worried or things just seem too much, we're here to support you.
It’s important to recognise that our mental health, just like our physical health varies over time. It is normal for our moods and feelings to vary from day to day depending on what is happening around and within us.
Click the description below that best describes how you are feeling today, and we will suggest some resources that might help.
That’s great! Maybe you are looking for a new self-care strategy, or some different resources to help you stay on track? We’ve suggested some top tips and sources of support and information below.
It sounds like things are not so great at the moment. Is something troubling or challenging you? It’s a reminder to reflect and take some small steps to help you move towards a more positive state of mind.
Seems like things are pretty difficult just now. Have you been feeling this way for a while? Have you noticed any changes in your behaviour? Has something significant happened recently? It's a good idea to seek some support and help.
Things sound very tough at the moment. It is really important you connect with someone as soon as possible. Help is available and you can get through this.
There will be some days when we’re feeling okay and others when we might feel desperate and struggle to cope. This will look and feel different for different people. It’s important to know that this is normal and common.
Whatever the case is for you – if you’re feeling low, sad, worried or things just seem too much, we’re here to support you.
Whatever it may be, sharing the hurt and pain with someone else can help. We are always here for you, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
Struggling to cope with everyday life doesn’t look or feel the same for everyone. We can’t generalise how this will feel for you or what type of support you might need. No matter who you are or what you’re going through, we are here to listen and talk it through with you to help you get the support you need.
Know that all contacts with our trained Crisis Supporters are conﬁdential. If you're worried about someone else, we can help with that, too.
Having a difficult time feels different for all of us, but there are some common signs to look out for that may indicate it’s a good idea to talk them through with someone you trust, a GP, or Lifeline.