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Self-Care at Home
Call the TrevorLifeline at 866-488-7386 Connect with safe, supportive community of LGBTQ folks on TrevorSpace.org Login to TrevorChat.org Do an activity that soothes you Make an appointment with a therapist Collect a self-care box; collect items that relax you
Self-Care at School
Write down 5 things you’re grateful for Reach out to a counselor or adult you admire Identify your feelings; journal what you’re going through Share trvr.org/lifeguard with an adult you trust If you’re in class breathe in and out slowly Observe what’s positive around you
Self-Care in Public
Text ‘START’ to 678-678 Spend time in nature Pick up 2-3 natural materials and feel them between your fingers Practice repeating kind words to yourself Ask for a glass of water and sip it slowly Snack on something mindfully
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Approaches for before, during, and after a difficult conversation to make sure the dialogue – and your mental health – stays safe.
LGBTQ youth are not inherently prone to suicide risk because of their sexual orientation or gender identity but rather placed at higher risk because of how they are mistreated and stigmatized in society.