Worried about being stalked and need advice?

Are you worried that you might be being stalked and looking for advice? Or perhaps you are concerned that you might be developing stalking tendencies but don't know how to break the cycle?

On Monday it is National Stalking Awareness week so, if you’d like to be considered for our phone-in, we want to hear from you. Email your questions, age and contact telephone number to thismorning@itv.com by Monday at 10:30am. You must be over 18. Participation terms at itv.com/terms.

Stalking helplines

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Phone-in: Do you suffer from loneliness?

A new report out today says that more than two thirds of us feel loneliness, and it's worse for young people. Over 80% of young people feel lonely at some point.

Are you lonely? Do you worry that you don't have any friends? Maybe your kids have flown the nest, or your marriage has broken up and you're left alone at home?

Denise Robertson is here to answer your calls.

Loneliness helplines

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1000 friends on Facebook, but I'm still lonely

More than two thirds of adults experience loneliness but the feeling is most acute among young people, according to new figures released today by the Big Lunch, an initiative run by the Eden Project.

More than a third (38%) of respondents now have less interaction with people they know than they did five years ago. Up to 16% only interact socially with others once a week or less and over of a quarter (28%) of respondents wish they had more friends. Up to 33% admit they find it harder to make new friends than they did 10 years ago with one in 10 of this group saying they do not know how to start friendships anymore.

Chloe Jackson from Norfolk joins us today to talk about how she has struggled with extreme loneliness despite having 1,000 friends on Facebook.

Loneliness helplines

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'My face exploded … I could have died'

I know I could have died, so I feel very blessed to be here today

– Rajee Narinesingh

Plastic surgery has never been more popular but as more and more people go under the knife, a growing number are looking for that glamorous look at a cut-down price.

Rajee Narinesingh was one such person. Dubbed The Cement Woman by the American media, Rajee's surgery went horrifically wrong, causing facial and body disfigurement and years of pain and misery.

I hope people can see me as someone as an inspiration

– Rajee Narinesingh

Now she warns of the dangers of improper plastic surgery and the dangers people are facing having procedures by unlicensed practitioners.

Cosmetic surgery helplines

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Want to feel more confident when you run?

Do you turn into a tomato when you run? Ever feel paranoid about your patches?
Worry if you're an arm's length away from your antiperspirant? Then we need you! So many of us suffer from 'Sweaty Betty Syndrome' but apart from botoxing our whole bodies - what can be done?

We're looking for ladies who would like to take part in our Don't Sweat It item next Wednesday. If you would like top tips on how to help your makeup stay on, your feet stay cool or your t-shirts stay dry - then email us at thismorning@itv.com by 5pm Monday 20 April at 12pm. We'd love to hear from you!

You must be 18 or over, and have read our terms and conditions.

Calling all mums with young babies

Do you want to try the smartest dummy in the world, a self-heating milk bottle or a buggy that opens all by itself? We are looking for mums with young babies to try out some amazing new technology at home for This Morning next week.

If you'd like to try a top of the range gadget and feel comfortable filming yourself on your phone then please get in touch by 12pm on Friday 17 April. Email thismorning@itv.com with your name and contact number. You must be 18 or over, terms at itv.com/terms.

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