posted on Nov, 16 2018 @ 04:52 PM
1. Be exactly that, her friend. Be available and be helpful when possible. Check in on her and let her know she is not alone and cared about. It
doesn't have to be in an obvious way. Maybe just tag her in something she likes on Instagram.
2. Do you know where she lives exactly in the UK? Maybe you can find resources close to her. Groups, hotlines?
3. Does she have any friends or family that you know? Being able to know someone close to her could help if she is in a depressive state.
4. Take them seriously. Listen to whatever their issues are big or small. Don't belittle their issues. Try to help.
I.E. "No care cares about me and I feel alone." "Of course people care about you" instead try things like "I care about you." "Why do you feel alone?"
"When do you feel most alone?" asking open ended questions may bring up solutions. Or at least things you can brainstorm over.
16-11-2018 by headorheart because: spelling