We’ve been trained by acclaimed experts in the field of mental health and adolescent psychology, but we’re far from professionals ourselves. We’re not (yet) qualified to give out medical advice or prescribe cures. Having said that, what gives us an edge over other mental clinics or psychotherapy is the fact that we’re just high school students like you, living among you, going through the same mundane routine, and having the same confusing emotions that are part and parcel of entering adulthood.
We’re experiencing the same changes, both mentally and physically. We’ve had our fair share of self-deprecation and despondency – some of us are still going through these situations now. Many of us have fallen prey to negative thoughts that could have led to dire consequences, emerging in the wake of bad grades, a failed relationship, family arguments, and so on. We didn’t make it through on our own. We had friends and family, sometimes even strangers who reached out to us when we were in what could easily feel like the darkest of time, offering an empathetic ear and comforting words.
That’s what we’re here for, not only to give advice but also to accompany you through each and every struggle you may face as a friend you can always depend on.
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