Low mood can feel different for everyone. Some common symptoms include fatigue, apathy, difficulty concentrating and memory loss, a preoccupation with death and dying, and a loss of interest in things that you once enjoyed.
If you suspect that your friend is cutting, the best thing you can do is be supportive. Lending an ear, helping them find resources, or sticking by their side are ways to let them know that you’re available and there for them. You should also talk to a supportive adult you trust immediately.
Yes, someone can help you! If you are worried that you might hurt yourself, talk to a supportive adult you trust immediately. There are many people who want to help you.