If you ever feel in a real crisis and need help to be kept safe urgently you can dial 111 or if a real emergency you can ring 999 or walk into an A+E and ask to see the emergency mental health team. There is help available 24/7.
Please remember that feelings never last forever. If you think about it, feelings and mood always change eventually. There are things you can do to help you mood change more quickly. Have a think of things that make you laugh, or make you feel calm or make you feel happy. For example, playing with a pet or watching funny clips online or binge watching a series online with a parent or brother or sister. Perhaps colouring or listening to music or having a run is calming. When having feelings that are not comfortable, push yourself to go and try one of the things on your list, it is likely to help change your emotions. Although you might not feel motivated to do this, or have much energy if you manage too, it is worth a try as it may well help.
If you are struggling with your mental health please do tell a parent, or a teacher, or an adult you trust or go and see your GP. Your parent or the GP can refer you to someone like me if needed and I, and other people with similar experience to me, really can help young people start to enjoy life again and assist you to be able to do the things you want to do that you might currently struggle with due to mental health issues.
Please remember mental health issues are common and treatable. The sooner you ask for help and support, the sooner life will improve.