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It's OK to seek help now and not wait till things get serious

Getting help for mental health shouldn't be the last resort, as more can be done to help young people just out of the school system

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When I was a bit younger than I am now, a group of friends and I got into trouble on a school trip.

The school conducted an investigation, and after meetings with parents and some tears, all four of us were told to attend counselling sessions.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on August 01, 2021, with the headline It's OK to seek help now and not wait till things get serious. Subscribe