Resources from Wake Forest University:

"When you hear someone refer to mental health, this generally involves a person’s emotional and psychological well-being. Your state of mental health determines how you feel, think, and act. As a teenager, you have a variety of stresses in your life that may impact how you feel, including school, sports, family, friends, peers, and planning for your future. If you feel like you’re struggling with any of these areas, counseling may help you learn techniques for managing stress. Reaching out for help from parents or other adults is the best course of action, especially if things seem overwhelming."

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Nicholas Meyer