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During challenging times, there is a lot of uncertainty. As a result, it is natural to feel worried, sad, frustrated, angry and perhaps less motivated than usual.
How we think about a situation influences how we feel and how we behave. Here are some simple tips to help you if you are finding things difficult at the moment.
Acknowledge your thoughts, your feelings, your physical sensations. Are you feeling sad, lonely, frustrated or isolated?
Try not to ignore these emotions. Acknowledging how you are feeling is part of letting go of things you can’t control.
Accept the situation that you're in, that we're all in.
Life can be difficult for many people. We can't change the situation. So try to focus on what is in your control. One thing we can control is our actions.
There are many things you can do that will help you if you're finding things difficult.
Man City Academy player James McAtee has told the Department of Culture, Media and Sport about how having people to speak to helps him deal with bad moments.
Andros Townsend says when he was having mental health issues, being able to open up was a massive relief.
How are you feeling? Answer the five questions in this interactive quiz from the NHS's Every Mind Matters site to get top tips and advice for you: Get Your Mind Plan.
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