Supporting your teen’s wellbeing during coronavirus
You might be feeling worried about your child’s wellbeing or mental health during the coronavirus pandemic, and want to know how to help. MIND has some tips on how to support your teen’s wellbeing, including advice on ways to get help: Supporting your teen’s wellbeing
Looking after your own wellbeing
Over the past year, lots of parents and carers have been juggling work and family life with little or no support. As a result, you might be feeling low, worried, pessimistic, angry, or even apathetic about the pandemic. Follow this link for more on what you may be feeling: Difficult feelings about the coronavirus pandemic
Caring for others might also mean you don’t feel like you have much time to look after your own wellbeing. But it’s even more important to take care of yourself when you’re supporting others. For information on how to look after your own wellbeing, visit: Coronavirus information hub.