If you feel a child is suffering from depression then you need to consult a professional. This could be a medical doctor, a social worker at school, or anybody who is qualified in these matters.
From my (inexpert) experience, a child who is depressed generally wants to be alone, has no appetite, is doing poorly in school, takes no interest in anything, and/or starts hanging with kids who have similar qualities.
Don't mistake depression, which can be a long-term debilitating disease, for feeling moody once in awhile.
by jkchandra6 years ago
How do you get someone out of depression. Its actually my brother and I've tried everything to help him get back on his feet. He is happy and good spirited for a bit and on other days, he's confining himself to his room...
by dragonrider327 years ago
1. There is no way on earth that all the kids in public schools now could be placed in private schools/homes. There are no where near enough places for them. If you don't provide for all of them...what are you setting...
by Atheist Classical8 years ago
I know a lot of kids like this are homeschooled, and I have seen resources, but I am struggling with my step-son. He has severe ADHD and ODD, is bi-polar, and also has Aspergers. He's been in a private...
by nikki18 years ago
Bond with your family,. Create a "You" day,.. be around positive people, sometimes crying depending on what your situation is. Realize you do not have to suffer, talk to people you care about.Have a great day...
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