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How are you? Whats up? Hows things? These questions allow us to say whats on our minds. Happy? Sad? Angry? Ok? However you feel, ChildLine would like to know thats why they asked hundreds of young people 'how u feelin?'. Watch the ChildLineTV ad to hear some of their answers. Track mixed by Paul Hartnoll from Orbital.




Wall of Expression



Write down what is upsetting or worrying you on the Wall of Expression, then piece by piece knock the wall down and watch it crumble away.

How u feelin?

You can always get help on the following issues:


Get help and advice about bullying - if you are being bullied at school by other pupils or by teachers. Find out how to stop it and get help.

Find out about abuse and safety issues such as emotional, physical and sexual abuse and also neglect

Find information and advice about a whole range of issues.
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How often are you in a happy mood?

Ask Sam

Angry? Scared? Depressed? If you want to get something off your chest or let off steam you can tell Sam about it

Ask Sam

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Are there other ways we could give you to help you express how you feel? Let us know here!

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