Morgan’s Story

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This article is one in a series of stories featuring real experiences, thoughts and feelings from young people living in Cardiff during lockdown. To see the other stories, please click here.

 

Q1. During lockdown, what is the most important thing that you’ve learnt about yourself?

I’ve learnt that people are important to me and that I am so grateful for my flat mates. I’ve also realised that my parents are a massive support system for me and that without them, I wouldn’t know what to do. They have helped me throughout everything, and I am so grateful for them.

 

Q2. What has been your most memorable moment during lockdown?

Honestly my most memorable moment during lockdown has been when my ex cheated on me. My friends were there for me throughout the healing process and helped me so much. They have made such an impact on my life that I genuinely don’t know how I would’ve coped without them.

 

Q3. Explain what things that you miss most from your life before COVID-19. How will you not take them for granted in the future?

I miss being able to see my friends all the time. I’ve realised that people are a massive support system for me and without that, I’ve crumbled a bit so I will never take advantage of people in my life again because I’ve learnt how valuable everyone in my life is.

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If you are affected by anything that has been mentioned in Morgan’s story, please talk to Meic, a confidential helpline service for children and young people up to the age of 25 in Wales. Contact Meic in Welsh or English – it’s up to you! They are open 8am to midnight, 7 days a week. You can contact them by phone (080880 23456), text message (84001) or online chat. It is a free service for everyone.


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