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Right To Feel Safe & Nothing is So Awful I Can’t Tell Somebody

I have a right to Feel safe

Feeling safe is an essential component of your overall well-being, and you have a right to experience that sense of security. This includes feeling physically safe, emotionally safe, and psychologically safe in your environment and relationships.

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If you ever find yourself in a situation where you feel unsafe or threatened, it's crucial to reach out to someone for help. This can be a friend, family member, teacher, counsellor, or mental health professional. You can also contact emergency services or a helpline if you are in immediate danger or need immediate support.

In the Newport Judo Ladies Self-Defence Class called “Looking out For Yourself” we explore the benefits of feeling safe and what that looks like and how to set your self up for it.

Nothing is so awful that I can’t tell Somebody about it

It's also essential to recognise that there is nothing so awful that you can't tell someone about it. Many people experience challenging and difficult situations in their lives and it's okay to seek help and support during those times. Sharing your feelings and concerns with someone you trust can be incredibly helpful in processing your emotions, gaining a new perspective, and receiving support.

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There are many resources available to you if you need support. Helplines, support groups, and mental health professionals can provide you with the guidance and assistance you need to navigate difficult situations. Remember that it's okay to ask for help, and there are people who care and want to support you.

Feeling safe is a fundamental right, and it's important to reach out for help if you ever feel unsafe or threatened. Remember that there is nothing so awful that you can't tell someone about it, and there are resources available to you if you need support. Don't hesitate to reach out to someone you trust or seek professional help if you need it.

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