Help someone else
It’s human to feel worried about someone if they do not appear to be coping, or if they are displaying worrying behaviour.
If you are worried about someone else, we want you to understand what you can do to help and make sure you feel okay as well.
It’s important to understand that making things okay is not your responsibility. However you might be able to help.
Arguments and difficulties living together
It is common to find getting on with your housemates difficult at times. If you are struggling you can get support, advice and mediation.
Not coping / distressing behaviour / withdrawing from activities
You may be concerned about someone. They may be missing lectures or usual activities. Or they may be displaying worrying behaviour or talking in a way that concerns you. Find out how you may be able to help.
Self-harm and suicidal behaviour
If someone is self-harming or you believe they are thinking about suicide, find out how you may be able to help.
Not sure where to get help?
If you want to tell us about someone you are worried about, contact us. We can help get them the right support:
Look after yourself too
If someone you know or care about is going through a difficult time, it can take its toll on you too. Don’t let yourself or your studies suffer.
Tell us if something doesn't feel right
- Bullying, harassment, assault and discrimination are not acceptable.
- If you see something you don't like, report it.
- Your report can be anonymous.