HELP

PLEASE

It may be that you've come across The Web Opera because you were seeking something connecting to a personally painful experience...
or that what you've seen here reminds you of something that hurts or distresses you.

 

The good news is that there are many supportive people available to listen to you,, help you manage these situations and cope with hard feelings of all kinds. 

Here are some great resources you can connect with real people for help right now.
Yes, really,  at this very moment 24/7 any time any where....

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also, in the meantime, here's a few things to consider based on the experience

of people who have been there too....

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The experience of being bullied, online and otherwise is something many people go through. In addition to trained professionals, there are communities of support and peers that you can connect with to discuss these experiences and get through hard feelings.

Episodes of sadness, depression, mental ill-health, distress and even thoughts of suicide are common among people who have been impacted by bullying. Talking about them can make a difference. While it is not helpful to deny self-harming thoughts or feelings, no one needs to die from suicide.

Sometimes its hard to find the energy to fight through mental health issues and/or seek help for them. Remember that nearly every one recovers from even the most intense struggles. Find friends or others who can help along the way by connecting with school counselors, community peers and online support groups.

YOU ARE NOT
ALONE
PAINFUL
&
DEPRESSING THOUGHTS 
 
ARE NORMAL
YOU'LL GET THRU IT
YOU'LL GET THRU IT
HELP IS AVAILABLE

Transformative action for healthy people and communities . 

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