Don't want to talk face-to-face?
Talking to someone about a problem you’re having can be scary. Doing it in person can feel especially difficult. That’s natural. You can do it in writing, if this is easier. You could write an email, letter or text message.
But remember that writing something means there's a record of what you’ve said. So it’s important to keep it private. For example, an email is just between you and the person but social networks can be more public.
You could also draw a picture. Drawing can be a good way to explain what you’re going through.
Doc Ready also has advice to help you prepare to speak to a doctor about your mental health.