* mostly to the mother-father, but also more broadly to the foster parent, grandparent, older sibling or some other relative or trusted adult
Step 1: Think about what you want to say, practice.
Step 2: Find a suitable time and place. For example, you could say, "I need to talk to you about one important thing - when would it be right for you?"
Step 3: Describe what you feel and need. For example: “I feel ... (sad, anxious, lonely, irritated, I have a very hard time concentrating, I have slept badly). Help me find a psychologist / doctor… It's very important to me that you listen to me and try to understand what's going on with me ”.”
Step 4: Make a plan together for who will do what next and when. For example: my mother is looking for a psychologist and I am trying to use some self-help tricks. Next time we'll talk the day after tomorrow.
Step 5: Do something enjoyable and relaxing.
Give him some time to adjust. Send him experience stories where young people talk about their experiences (you can find them in from here or from here). Talk to someone else you trust. write To the Advisor to Peaasi.ee.
Your parents may need more information or time to adjust. Write yourself either The main thing or Lahendus.neti advisers, discuss the situation with them. Find out if there is a psychologist at your school and ask him or her to help you think about how to talk to your parents. Know that you also have the right to decide on your need for help and see a doctor directly.
You can get help from e-counseling, a school psychologist, you can also turn to a family doctor. You can find contacts for help From the Lahendus.net database.
The Peaasi.ee page has step-by-step instructions for contacting a specialist. There you will find information on when it is worth seeking help from a specialist, which specialist to go to and how to do it in more detail. You can also share it with a loved one who you want to ask for help to turn to a specialist - then he or she can get to know him or her exactly.