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Adapala Koteshwar Rao
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I think it is very easy to recognize a depressed child by the parents as they are the only persons who know them better than anyone in the this World. It is just because the parents are in rat race to earn money to run the family many a times they fail to pay attention to the details of the children which may give hint about their state of depression!

Oghenekome Irobo
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It’s normal for kids to feel sad, down, or irritated, or to be in bad moods from time to time. But when negative feelings and thoughts linger for a long time and limit a child’s ability to function normally, it might be depression. Depression is a type of mood disorder. The main sign is when kids are sad, discouraged, or irritable for weeks, months, or even longer. Another sign a kid might have depression is negative thinking. This includes focusing on problems and faults, being mostly critical and self-critical, and complaining a lot. Depression can interfere with energy, concentration, sleep,… Read more »

Beckky Adekoya
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Symptoms of depression in children tend to be a bit different than those for adults. Where low mood and loss of pleasure are often the two primary symptoms in adults with depression, kids are often more likely to experience primary symptoms such as irritability and physical complaints. Other symptoms of childhood depression include difficulty focusing and making decisions, extreme shyness, clinging to a parent, feeling hopeless, unexplained physical complaints, sleeping problems, appetite changes, and thoughts or actions of self-harm. If you suspect that your child might be depressed, keep an eye out for the following signs: Free Guide to Coping… Read more »

Corazon Henson
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This neglect only happens when the parents are too busy with their job that they fail to see the problem of their child.

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