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Family, dating and discrimination
Puberty and transitioning for trans and non-binary youth
Gender identity and gender expression
LGBTQ2S+: What does it mean?
On identifying as LGBTQ2S+ and coming out
Counsellor tips: What to expect at your first Pride
Singer Shawnee identifies as two-spirit. This is her story.
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How to start journaling today
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Tips to support young people with body image
How to cope with thoughts of suicide
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First Nations, Inuit and Métis
“Is calorie counting a eating disorder?”
“I look in the mirror and all I see is that I’m fat…”
“If I tell my parents they’ll get me in trouble”
“I have a concern about someone in my class.”
“I keep being called psycho by this one person.”
“I have no friends it’s really hard.”
“I’m 14 and life is horrible.”
“I have thoughts of suicide and I am feeling lonely.”
“I really cant handle my life and i need to die.”
“Why shouldn’t I just take my life.”
“I’m dying inside…”
“My friend is suicidal, depressed and has anxiety.”
“What is PMS?”
“I feel so broken.”
“At what age does the penis start growing?”
“Honestly, I’m just exhausted, i want all of this to end.”
“I hate my family.”
“I feel like now I’m just her punching bag.”
“A few days ago me and my boyfriend broke up.”
“People began teasing me about puberty in grade 4.”
“Am I too far gone to be helped?”
“I know siblings fight, I really do, but its exsessive.”
“I think and KNOW i am fat so i dont eat.”
“I cry so much that I get to the point where I feel sick.”
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“Please help I miss my best friend.”
“I sit in my room almost every night.”
“I’m just lost, utterly lost.”
“After we broke up, he asked out my friend…”
Girls on the Green
What is autism?
How to map out your community of support
How to cope with panic and anxiety
Understanding your window of tolerance for stress
Kids Help Phone’s accessibility plan
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“Hello! I’m Kip – How can I help you?”
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Tanya Turton on healing through art and community
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Finding Hope: Indigenous Youth Action Plan
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Kids Help Phone’s top 3 wellness tips for newcomers
Anti-Black racism: Support for Black people and allies
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