If you're feeling worried or concerned about events currently happening around the world, see below for information, help and advice.
If you feel anxious or sad about what's in the news, it's important to know that you are not the only one and it's OK. Find out more from Newsround.
When a big news story breaks we can go through a lot of emotions and have to process a lot of information in a short period of time. It's also a time when there can be a lot of misinformation or fake news. Here's a few tips to help you take a step back and think when responding to breaking news.
Some things that are happening in the world can make us feel scared, confused, unsafe or like we don't have control. It can really help to share your feelings and get support. Visit Childline for more info.
Fact-checking is a key part of digital literacy and can help fight the spread of damaging information. Here's our guide and links to independent fact-checking websites.
Find information about how to look after your emotional wellbeing, support from organisations around Scotland and tips on how to promote a positive mindset.
Useful download from the Scottish Government that you may find helpful if you have been involved in or affected by a traumatic incident.
If you or somebody else is needing a bit of emotional support, it can be a little scary knowing what to Google, who to turn to and what you can do to manage your emotions in a healthy way. It’s important to talk to someone about how you are feeling. This could be a family member or friend, your GP or by calling a helpline.
What counts as a hate crime or incident, how do I report a hate crime and can I report a hate crime on behalf of someone else? Get the info here.
Sometimes the news will report that the terror threat level has changed. But what is it and what does it mean?
When someone dies, there's no right or wrong way to feel. Everyone experiences loss or bereavement differently. These tips can help you cope.
Lots of things can make us anxious, find out some ways to help get rid of stress.
Find out more about anxiety and where to get help and support.
Advice from Bear Grylls, Jamie Vardy and more in support of 'Run, Hide, Tell' - the new campaign from NPCC which focuses on what to do if you are caught in the rare event of a weapons or knife terror attack.
Recent events in the UK and around the world can often concern us, so in the rare event of something happening near you it is important to be aware of how to protect yourself if the need arises.
We can all feel a bit upset or demotivated sometimes, but if someone you know doesn't seem themselves, they might be depressed. Here are some of the most common signs to look out for.
One of the best things you can do for a friend in need, is just to be there for them when they want to talk.
People are often reluctant to talk about the issues they are facing – so it can be a big deal when they decide to spill.
Here's some tips for how you can support them as best you can.
Get free and confidential support and information if you have been affected by crime regardless of whether a crime has been reported or when it happened.