When somebody has died…..
If you’re grieving because someone you know has died during coronavirus, then this is for you…. a message from the young people among the Young Minds activists who have all experienced grief and understand how you feel. You may also find it helpful to check out the app, games and advice that Child Bereavement UK have especially for young people. It can be really difficult to cope with school when you’re grieving and you might find it very painful to talk about, but telling the school what’s happened can make it easier for them to support you.
We’ve picked some of the best advice from the web if you’re feeling worried or overwhelmed by the changes and uncertainty at the moment.
Active coping calendar from Action for Happiness
Daily actions during Covid-19 to help you look after yourself and each other as we face this together.
Download the poster, add the actions to your calendar or share online. There is also a black and white version, a text-only version for use with screen readers and it’s available in lots of other languages.
Why tell someone?
Young Minds – tips on looking after yourself
Simple changes in your life can help improve your mental health, which could also help you feel better about school.