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Feeling frustrated or angry

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Sometimes our feelings can get the better of us.

Everyone has days when they feel angry or frustrated, but it may become a problem if these feelings are getting too much and becoming a part of your daily life.

We might all get short bursts of anger or frustration, but if these feelings are there all the time and you find yourself losing control often, there are things you can do to help yourself relax.

Frustration tips

For more information and advice on dealing with your feelings, visit the Young Minds anger issues page.

There are also some great tips on ChildLine around coping with your anger and you can use their toolbox to play how you feel.

If you are worried about you or somebody else’s anger issues you can talk to someone and get some support.

  • Kooth is a free, safe and confidential online service where you can find someone to talk to when you need it. Read more in our information pages or visit their website
  • Childline or call 0800 1111
  • Youngminds or call 0808 802 5544
  • Speak to a youth worker at 4YP - drop in or call for advice and support, visit their website for more details
  • You could speak to a school nurse for support and advice - Send a text to ChatHealth (07507 333356or ask in school to find out more.
  • The children and young people's Emotional Wellbeing Hub provides an online referral for support and a telephone helpline (0345 600 2090) if you are worried about you or a friend's emotional wellbeing and need advice.

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