Nightline sex chat
Each person’s situation is unique and therefore what may work for one person, is not guaranteed to work for another – the volunteer will talk to you about your situation and help you to work through your thoughts, but they will not try to lecture, advise or judge your situation. Students contact Nightline about a variety of things but each and every call or message is equally important and whatever it is that you talk about, volunteers will treat you in the same way.
We talk to people about relationships, mental health, academic stress, family problems, homesickness, drugs, identity, grief and bereavement, social anxiety and late night thoughts.
The conversation will remain between you and the volunteer and the information will never be passed on to anyone else without your permission.
Yes, all contact with Nightline is completely anonymous – the caller’s identity and that of the volunteer.
Perverted-Justice volunteers build profiles identified as underage individuals on social networking websites, and enter chat rooms as decoys.
They wait for adults to message or email the decoy and begin a dialogue.
Nightline usually train new volunteers three times over the course of the year.
If you are interested in volunteering, sign up to one of our training weekends via our website, Facebook page ( or send us an email on [email protected] to be added to the mailing list.
Durham Nightline is a student listening service which is open between the hours of 9pm and 7am, each night of term.The volunteer will talk to you about how you’re feeling, how long you might have been feeling this way and how these thoughts are affecting you.If you would like the volunteer to contact the emergency services, they can do so, and if not, they will respect your decision and stay on the line with you.Various spin-offs have aired in the same format, including To Catch a Con Man, To Catch an ID Thief, To Catch a Car Thief and To Catch an i-Jacker, which featured i Pod thieves.To Catch a Predator is also aired on FX and Crime & Investigation Network in the United Kingdom, the Crime & Investigation Network in Australia and New Zealand and FOX Crime in Portugal.