Samaritans - panic attacks

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    cherryblossomcute / Feb 04 2020 18.34

    Hi, I’m not sure if this is the right place, but when I am no longer able to call childline when I need help (I’m 17 now so I’ve got a while, but I’m still anxious about it), is Samaritans a good option? Are they good for talking you through a panic attack and everything? I don’t only struggle with panic attacks but childline was really helpful when I needed help when I was having a panic attack, and I think I’ll need help like that if I have a panic attack in the future as well. Could anyone share their experiences or information please? Sorry if this is the wrong place and thank you in advance.

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    cherryblossomcute / Feb 04 2020 18.34

    Hi, I’m not sure if this is the right place, but when I am no longer able to call childline when I need help (I’m 17 now so I’ve got a while, but I’m still anxious about it), is Samaritans a good option? Are they good for talking you through a panic attack and everything? I don’t only struggle with panic attacks but childline was really helpful when I needed help when I was having a panic attack, and I think I’ll need help like that if I have a panic attack in the future as well. Could anyone share their experiences or information please? Sorry if this is the wrong place and thank you in advance.

    AsUniqueAsUknow / Feb 19 2020 15.24

    I've never spoken to Samaritans before but panic attacks are common so I guess they'll probably try and help you with them, when you're 18 you can talk to both samaritans and ChildLine at the same time (not literally at the same time ) so hopefully you can get used to Samaritans while still talking to ChildLine so it's not such a shock when you leave.

    Holly xx

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    glitterysparklystar / Mar 09 2020 11.48

    hi im 17 and been on childline for a while and ive yet to get used to the mix so im a bit nervous

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