🌱My Mental Health🌼 - Daily Mood Diary

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Hi so I thought it'd be a good idea to make a mood diary. This is open to anyone, whether you're feeling stressed about your GCSEs, A levels, results, uni, or anything else you can keep track of your daily mood here! Your mental health is very important, it's as important as your physical health and with everything that's going on, this might help you calm down, relax, take your mind off things etc 💗

Name:
Age:
Gender:
Level of education (GCSEs, A levels, BTEC, undergraduate etc)
Courses studying/taken:
What I'm hoping to study at A level/BTEC/uni:
Current mood:
Reason(s) why I feel like this:
Good things that happened today:
Bad things that happened today:
What I am looking forward to:
What I am not looking forward to:
End of day mood:

Then at the end of the day, you can come back and add your end of day mood

If you ever need to talk, PM me, I'm happy to help anyone who's struggling with anything whether it be anxiety, depression, worrying about starting uni etc 😄

Feel free to post anonymous!

Remember, you are not alone. Even if you feel you are, there are people that care about you and your life is worth living.

Here's some links if anyone needs them:
Mental health helplines
https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress...lth-helplines/
Samaritans (24/7, 7 days a week)
116 123
Childline (under 19 year olds)
0800 1111
1-2-1 Counsellor chat https://www.childline.org.uk/get-sup...unsellor-chat/
A guide to mental health services in England
https://www.nhs.uk/NHSEngland/AboutN...0services.aspx
Mental health disorders
https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Pages/...th%20disorders
Student mental health
https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress...mental-health/
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Hi so I thought it'd be a good idea to make a mood diary. This is open to anyone, whether you're feeling stressed about your GCSEs, A levels, results, uni, or anything else you can keep track of your daily mood here! Your mental health is very important, it's as important as your physical health and with everything that's going on, this might help you calm down, relax, take your mind off things etc 💗

Name:
Age:
Gender:
Level of education (GCSEs, A levels, BTEC, undergraduate etc)
Courses studying/taken:
What I'm hoping to study at A level/BTEC/uni:
Current mood:
Reason(s) why I feel like this:
Good things that happened today:
Bad things that happened today:
What I am looking forward to:
What I am not looking forward to:
End of day mood:

Then at the end of the day, you can come back and add your end of day mood

If you ever need to talk, PM me, I'm happy to help anyone who's struggling with anything whether it be anxiety, depression, worrying about starting uni etc 😄

Remember, you are not alone. Even if you feel you are, there are people that care about you and your life is worth living.

Here's some links if anyone needs them:
Mental health helplines
https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress...lth-helplines/
Samaritans (24/7, 7 days a week)
116 123
Childline (under 19 year olds)
0800 1111
1-2-1 Counsellor chat https://www.childline.org.uk/get-sup...unsellor-chat/
A guide to mental health services in England
https://www.nhs.uk/NHSEngland/AboutN...0services.aspx
Mental health disorders
https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Pages/...th%20disorders
Student mental health
https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress...mental-health/
Have you ever thought about making a website🤔?
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Have you ever thought about making a website🤔?
No, why
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Other helps lines are:
SANE- 03003047000
HOPEline (for self harm or suicidal thoughts under 35) - 0800 068 4141
HOPEline texting number - 07786209697 ( they answer all texts even if you just type in something like ‘hi’ or ‘hello’ or like me ‘...’)
You can text the NSPCC using 88858
Also www.youngminds.org.uk or www.papyrus-uk.org if you don’t want to talk to anyone but need to know your not alone in this.

There is 111 the nhs service if you might have done something to yourself and you don’t really know what to do or how to get help.
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Other helps lines are:
SANE- 03003047000
HOPEline (for self harm or suicidal thoughts under 35) - 0800 068 4141
HOPEline texting number - 07786209697 ( they answer all texts even if you just type in something like ‘hi’ or ‘hello’ or like me ‘...’)
You can text the NSPCC using 88858
Also www.youngminds.org.uk or www.papyrus-uk.org if you don’t want to talk to anyone but need to know your not alone in this.

There is 111 the nhs service if you might have done something to yourself and you don’t really know what to do or how to get help.
Thank you so much for this
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Name: Joel
Age: 21
Gender: Male
Level of education (GCSEs, A levels, BTEC, undergraduate etc): BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Art & Design
Courses studying/taken: Illustration
What I'm hoping to study at A level/BTEC/uni: Currently studying illustration at Portsmouth Uni
Current mood: Ambivalent
Reason(s) why I feel like this: Not sure if drawing is what I want to do
Good things that happened today: Family sat in the garden, we listened to music, I don't have to work today
Bad things that happened today: Not much
What I am looking forward to: 2nd year of University
What I am not looking forward to: The possibility of underperforming, growing old, seeing my family members pass away
End of day mood: Scared
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Name: Joel
Age: 21
Gender: Male
Level of education (GCSEs, A levels, BTEC, undergraduate etc): BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Art & Design
Courses studying/taken: Illustration
What I'm hoping to study at A level/BTEC/uni: Currently studying illustration at Portsmouth Uni
Current mood: Ambivalent
Reason(s) why I feel like this: Not sure if drawing is what I want to do
Good things that happened today: Family sat in the garden, we listened to music, I don't have to work today
Bad things that happened today: Not much
What I am looking forward to: 2nd year of University
What I am not looking forward to: The possibility of underperforming, growing old, seeing my family members pass away
End of day mood: Scared
Hi Joel, thank you for posting today. It's great that you're studying such a creative subject, did you study Art or Graphics in high school/college/sixth form and if so did you like it? I understand you feel that you may underperform or not do as well as you hope in your 2nd year of uni, but remember it's ok to feel this way as many of us do. You're not alone. What isn't OK is over-worrying and causing unnecessary stress which causes you to feel constantly anxious, depressed etc. Try to think positive and remember that even if things go wrong, it is not the end and you can get through this! I don't want to grow old either, it's funny how when we were all kids we rushed to grow up and now when we're adults we wish we were kids again. And about the worry of seeing your family members pass away, it can be hard to cope with loss but I think the best thing is to make the most of the time you have left with them. Cherish each moment. Tell them you love them. Go out with them more, whether if it's to the cinema, shopping, meal out or even just a walk. If you argue with them, get angry, remember that life is too short to hold grudges, especially against the people you care most about. I hope you feel better soon. If you want to talk, PM me
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Thank you so much for this
It’s okay. The text line is something I have used before. It isn’t well known but it is helpful especially if you’re like me and you don’t always feel like talking on the phone because people.
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This a good and helpful thread
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This a good and helpful thread
Thank you, feel free to recommend it to your friends, I'm sure it'll help someone
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Name: Aishah
Age: 17
Gender: female
Level of education (GCSEs, AS levels)
Courses studying/taken: waiting for AS English, maths, bio and chem results.
What I'm hoping to study at A level/BTEC/uni: not sure either politics or psychology
Current mood: low. I’m not sure why.
Reason(s) why I feel like this: I haven’t done anything today. Isolated. Mum pushing me to do medicine and I have been trying to say no for a year. She is not listening. Mum has an arranged marriage after uni planned for me. I don’t want plus I want to experiment with my sexuality.
Good things that happened today: my friends texted me.
Bad things that happened today: I slept a lot. All of the reasons for feeling bad came up today and I’m waiting to return recieve counselling but the wait is long and it’s only short term.
What I am looking forward to: going back to school to see my friends and have a routine. Meeting up with my friends on Monday.
What I am not looking forward to: going back to school. I’m worried about the stress and my mental health.
End of day mood: still low.
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