Look Out For Others

Problems with friends or family, work or school as well as normal everyday stress can make you feel upset, irritable, over-sensitive, apathetic or withdrawn. These feelings are normal and usually pass, but if they don’t go away they can be a sign of a mental health problem. Other signs that might indicate a mental health problem are:

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Supporting LGBT people’s mental health

This website has been developed by GLEN and BeLonG To Youth Service and was funded by the HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention. Negative life experiences can be stressful and this stress can affect our mental health. Homophobia and transphobia can lead to specific stresses for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people that can also have a negative impact on their mental health. This website provides information for LGBT people on how they can look after their mental health and highlights the services available if LGBT people need support.