When you experience suicidal thoughts, it is important to know that you are not alone in feeling this way. There are people who can help you. Talk to someone you trust and tell them how you feel, or contact a health service or helpline.

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Self-harm is a behavior in which one consciously damages one's own body in various ways. The action is considered self-harm when one inflicts a directly visible damage on the body without this being socially, culturally or ritually accepted. It is most common to define self-harm as an act done without suicidal intent, that is, with intent to take one's own life.

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A person has learning difficulties if he / she is unable to function in relation to the requirements for reading, writing or arithmetic - whether it is at school, at work or in leisure time in general.

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A person is bullied or harassed when he or she, repeatedly and over a period of time, is exposed to negative actions from one or more other people.

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Anger helps us take care of ourselves. When we feel angry, this is a signal to us that something is wrong and that we must consider taking action. However, anger problems is when your frustation tolerance is too low, you feeling of anger is overwhelming, or your anger is destructive and negatively affects other people.

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Specific phobias are anxiety disorders that are characterized by an extreme fear that is not related to the situation, and that is associated with a strong desire to avoid or escape from it. Specific phobias are limited to specific objects or situations, such as insects, dogs, heights and enclosed spaces, and injecting and seeing blood.

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Agoraphobia is an anxiety disorder that centers on fear of open spaces or social situations with many people present. A person with agoraphobia is anxious when he or she is away from home, staying in large crowds or being in places with many people present. It is common with  panic disorder, and agoraphobia is often closely linked to fear of panic attacks away from home.

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A panic attack often comes unexpectedly and is experienced as an intense fear, along with symptoms such as palpitations, tremors, difficulty breathing, chest pain, dizziness. It is very unpleasant but is not dangerous and there is treatment. Panic disorder is an anxiety disorder characterized by recurring panic attacks.

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