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Slide 1: Depression In Teens The teenage years are emotional mine fields. Sometimes you might really feel that your teenager is always depressed because that appears to be the mood they project quite a lot of the time. They do not wish to be with the family, prefer to be closed up in their rooms, maybe listening to dark music and preferring to wear clothes as darkish as their mood. An adolescent affected by depression might be hostile to you, exceedingly grumpy or simply lose their temper at the drop of a hat. You might be wondering what the difference is between this behavior, which seems like their normal attitude recently, and a full blown depression. The truth of the matter is that it's sometimes tough to tell just where their teenage angst ends and depression begins. A teen suffering from depression could show signs of hopelessness, cry often, be tearful, or may begin to write dark poetry and become focused on darkish themed music and movies. They may start to feel that life is just not worth living, to the point that they neglect their personal hygiene because it is simply not worth their effort. A depressed adolescent can feel as if this darkish cloud over them won't ever go away and due to this fact their future is bleak. Boredom and the loss of any enjoyment from previously participating activities is one other sign of depression Low self-esteem is frequent in a teen affected by depression. Their sense of self-worth, which is always difficult to keep up in the course of the teenage years anyway, takes an enormous hit when depression creeps into the life of a teenager. They really feel worthless and that they are simply not good enough. Feelings of guilt can overwhelm them when things go wrong, as if every bad thing that happens is their fault. Youngsters are already vulnerable to feelings of inadequacies however when a perceived rejection happens to a depressed teen whose sensitivities are already heightened, it can lead to a devastating emotional meltdown and downward spiral. Bouts of irritability, lashing out at those around them and isolating themselves from buddies or family can also be signs of depression. Sometimes a depressed teenager will 'reject' his or her family because they really feel they need to reject their family members before their family rejects them. If your teenager was doing well at school and is now missing school most of the time, grades are slipping and she or he becomes hostile when approached about the situation, it could also be an indication of depression. There are such a lot of traits in depression that may mimic normal teenage phases that it may be difficult for parents and leaders to ascertain with any degree of certainty whether or not a teen is affected by a major depressive episode. Because depression can run in families, a teenager who's affected by depression most likely has one or two parents at home who're also battling this mental health issue. In the event you feel your teenager, or an adolescent you care about, is in danger, please contact their parents, their school counselor or religious leader so that they can receive the assistance they need. how does depression of women affect their mental health

   
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