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Clone High

A modern refresh of the hit animated series of the same name, Clone High follows a high school for clones of the greatest minds in history.

Twenty years after the original experiment was put on ice, Joan, JFK, Abe, and Cleo have been thawed out to resume school with their new clone classmates — all while navigating a new set of cultural norms and overly dramatic teen relationships.



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In episode 3, titled “Anxious Times At Clone High”, we see the clones experiencing high levels of stress and anxiety at the hands of some malicious outside forces. Yes, even clones get stressed!

The anxiety we see them experiencing comes from a range of different sources, including pressure to perform well at school, relationship expectations, and miscommunication between friends — things we can likely all relate to.

Though it can sometimes feel like we all have a Heebie Jeebie trying to get the better of us, it’s important to remember that if you are struggling with anxiety — you’re not alone, and there are resources available.

Explore this page to learn more about anxiety, how to use coping mechanisms in your daily life, and ways to reach out for help if we’re struggling.

What Is Anxiety?

Most of us experience stress and anxiety in our lives. Although stress and anxiety are related, it’s important to understand the differences so we can identify and manage those feelings when they arise. Stress is a response to an external cause, and at healthy levels, stress can be helpful by motivating us or pushing us to take better care of ourselves.

On the other hand, anxiety comes from an internal place and is our reaction to that stress. If stress says “The test is tomorrow and you need to study”, anxiety says “You’ve waited too long, you’re going to fail and that’s going to mess up your plans for the future.” Anxiety often leans into the worse case scenario, can be extremely overwhelming, and can interfere with our ability to take the actions to feel better.

Coping With Anxiety

Tools like the ones here can help us manage, reduce and prevent anxiety.

If anxiety is overwhelming and/or ongoing, mental health professionals can help us find the right treatment plan. 

Support Your Friends

Friends are often the first to notice when we’re not feeling our best and can play an important role in helping us speak up and find ways to feel better.

Click the button below to learn about signs that one of your friends might be struggling, tips on how to reach out and what to say, and ways to ask for help if you need it.

Need help now?

If you’re struggling and need to talk to someone, you’re not alone. There are lots of free, confidential resources available 24/7.