We have relationships with lots of other people – parents, carers, brothers, sisters, friends and people you know or meet at school, college, university or work.
Getting on with people is usually easy, but sometimes it might be hard, and you may feel you can't cope alone.
You can get help. You could talk to a friend, or an adult – like your parents, or carer, or a teacher. It's important that you're comfortable talking to them and that you trust them.
You might want to talk to someone who doesn't know you – perhaps someone with a lot of experience in the area that you're worried about. There are lots of people and organisations that can help.
You can also talk to your Connexions Personal Adviser at school or college or in the Connexions Centre.
Gogetinfo is a mobile information service for teenagers that sends expert advice on all sorts of issues straight to your mobile phone 24/7. There are charges for downloading the information, and this could vary depending on your mobile phone contract.
The following are useful websites: