You have recently noticed your friend is acting strangely withdrawn and seems to always be down. You are worried your friend may be feeling depressed and you wish there was a way to help.
Your friend is struggling with managing their work-load and expresses concern about failing a course. The stress seems to be getting to them and you wish there was a way to help.
Your friend seems to be constantly picking out flaws in their appearance and looking for quick but unhealthy ways to lose weight. You are worried your friend has a distorted view about the way they look and it may take a toll on their health. You wish there was a way to help.
Every time you go out with a group of friends, you notice one friend always seems to drink more than they can handle. You begin to be concerned as this happens more frequently and your friend looks for any opportunity to have a drink. You wish there was a way to help.
The recovery position can help reduce the risk of choking. Use the following steps to put your friend into the recovery position until help arrives:
If left in your care, continue to monitor your friend for vomiting and make sure they are breathing. Rouse them every 20-30 minutes to ensure they are responsive.
Your friend has recently shared with you that she is pregnant. She is confused and afraid as everything in her life is about to change. You wish there was a way to help.
Your friend has recently opened up to you about their sexual orientation and is worried as to how to tell their other friends and family. This concern is causing them a great amount of anxiety and affecting their school and health. You wish there was a way to help.