Exam results time a nervous one for pupils
Most people can remember that nervous feeling.
The envelope falling through the door, the deep breath before you tear it open and find out, at last, how you got on in your exams.
The method of receiving results may have changed, but the same feelings would have been felt by hundreds of pupils across Rutherglen and Cambuslang on Tuesday.
Whether it is Nationals, Highers or Advanced Highers you are sitting, exams can be extremely stressful, perhaps too stressful with so much emphasis placed on them.
They can either open new doors for students or leave others wondering what they are going to do with the next step of their lives.
Some are staying in school, others will go on to university while many more will take their first steps in the working world.
Regardless of the results, all the students can be proud of the work they put in. We at the Reformer hope everyone got the results they wanted and go on to do whatever they want with their lives. You can read about the local picture on page five.
Elsewhere this week, as the Scottish suicide figures for 2016 were released, we spoke to three people who suffered from mental health problems only to be helped by Healthy n Happy in Rutherglen.
Firstly, I would like to thank all three for bravely opening up to us about their experiences.
Mental health is often forgotten about. Because it cannot be seen it is brushed under the carpet and is rarely talked about.
I hope the stories on pages six and seven will encourage others to come forward and seek the help they need.