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It could be anything, like Facebook or TV or a book. Young people have told us: Will they keep what I’ve said private?
Talking to someone about a problem you’re having can be scary.
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Think of a few examples of the problem you're having. Or if you're going to tell a parent, try not to do it when they're doing something like cooking.
Or you could say that you’re asking for advice for a friend.
Preparation means you know what you want to say and you feel less nervous about saying it. Try to find a time when the adult won’t be too busy or about to rush off somewhere.
Do you want to tell them everything, or just some of it? For example, if you want to tell a teacher, make sure it’s after a lesson when they'll be free to listen properly.
If they’re worried about your safety, some adults have to tell someone else. If you’re worried about confidentiality, you can ask them about it before you tell them anything. Doc Ready also has advice to help you prepare to speak to a doctor about your mental health.
Most professionals have a responsibility to tell you their policy.
Someone else can often help you see your problem differently. Sometimes it’s just good to say what’s on your mind.
They could give you new ideas on how to cope with things. Talking to someone could make you feel like you don’t have to deal with it on your own. Try to think of how the conversation with the adult will sound and where you would have it. You could write down what you want to say to help you remember.