In this season of TLC's I Am Jazz, Jazz is coping with some big emotional challenges like stress, anxiety and the pressure to balance all the demands in her life. She takes the brave steps of speaking up about her struggles with her family, asking for their support and taking time to take care of herself.

If some of these struggles feel familiar, you aren’t alone and there are ways to feel better and get help if you need it. We’re proud to partner with TLC to provide the resources you will find below that can help you manage your mental health and wellness. Click on one of the topics below for info, tips and resources, or visit our FIND HELP page to reach out for help.

If you or someone you know are feeling hopeless or need support right now, you can text START to 741-741 or call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) for a confidential conversation with a trained counselor anytime.

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When all the pressures of work, school and relationships, it’s not surprising that we get stressed out sometimes. Stress can even be a good thing that helps us get things done and reach our goals. But if stress and the pressure to get everything right is interfering with our daily life, we need to find better ways to cope and reach out for support.

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Worrying about things like getting everything done, our futures or what other people think of us, can be really overwhelming and make it hard to enjoy our daily lives. While stress can be a good thing, anxiety just holds us back. If anxiety is getting in the way of work, school or things you enjoy doing, then it’s time to reach out for help. Remember, asking for help is a sign of strength.

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Sexuality & Identity

We all deserve to be our true selves and celebrate the important relationships in our lives. Sometimes thinking about our sexual orientation or gender identity can be hard, especially if not everyone supports us or if we’re worried what people will think about us. Fortunately, you aren’t alone these feelings and there are resources available.

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Helping a Friend

We are in a unique position to notice when our friends are having a hard time and to offer support. Trust your instinct. If you’re worried about a friend, reach out and offer support.

Seize the Awkward

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We all have moments in our lives when we need a little help. Maybe it’s a transition like going to college or ending a relationship. Maybe it’s having the courage to talk to friends or family members about who we are or who we love. Or maybe we are just feeling anxious, depressed or stressed and don’t know why. The important thing is that we don’t keep it all inside. Start by talking to a friend or family member. If that doesn’t feel comfortable, then reach out for support. You can text START 741741 or all 1-800-273-TALK (8255) for a free, confidential conversation 24/7.

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Feeling overwhelmed? Find a few minutes to take some deep breaths, relax and recharge. Anxiety and stress can make it hard to think clearly and figure out the best next step. Taking a second to regroup can make all the difference. Here are some videos to get you started:

TEDx - Breathe
Headspace - Let go of Stress
Quick Stress Fix