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Here’s how to identify a trusted adult in your life:
When we experience difficult feelings - anger, fear, stress, worry, loneliness, sadness, and so on - it really helps to have trusted adults to speak to. Those trusted adults have the life experiences and the access to resources kids and teens don’t.
Who counts as trusted adults?
Take a minute and make your list of trusted adults. If you feel comfortable, share that list with your parents or the adults in your house or keep it in your desk, journal, or backpack for a future day when you might want to look at it again.
Your list of trusted adults might change over time and that is OK. It’s normal to feel close to someone one year and the next year not feel comfortable sharing private information with them. Just because you felt close with an adult in the past does not obligate you to feel close with them forever!