Friendships can be really positive. Having friends that make you feel good about yourself is important. Being a good friend is also important. If you are feeling like you do not have good friendships, feel lonely, or find it difficult to get on with other people there are lots of resources here that may help.

Thoughts and Actions

An activity for young people to try to consider their negative thoughts, feelings and behaviours as a cycle and look at how to change this. blue_arrow_right


What do you do when a mate lies to you?

Everyone’s lied at some point, there’s no point denying it, so if you find out a mate has lied about something then try to figure out why they’ve done it. blue_arrow_right


What is Resilience

Find out what Young People in Kent have to say about Resilience blue_arrow_right


Kindness Champion

You can apply for the 'Kindness Champion' Resilience Award today blue_arrow_right


Best Friends and New Schools

Leah and Romi have been best friends since the start of primary school. When they both found out they were going to the same secondary school they were really happy. blue_arrow_right


Are they really your friend? 15 signs that suggest otherwise from ‘Ditch the Label’

15 Common  signs that someone who you think is your friend may not actually be your friend after all. More information, resources and guidance on the 'Ditch the Lable' website  blue_arrow_right