A Guide to help Youth with Rejection Mrs. Tiwari cried softly; her daughter’s dairy lay open in her lap. She hadn’t intended to read it, but the dairy seemed to beckon her as it lay unlocked on Preeti’s desk. She recalled how different Preeti seemed recently, and she hoped the dairy would offer some clues […]
Teenager depression is difficult to identify because teens are good at ‘masking’ it; that is, they can cover it by appearing OK even when they are absolutely miserable. This is often called smiling depression. This is a front which teenager employ unconsciously. Primarily when other people are around. When depressed teenagers are alone, they let down or relax the mask somewhat. This is helpful to parents. If we are able to see our teenagers at times when they believe no one is looking at them, we may be able to identify depression.
More insights and knowledge about the problem, causes, effects and response to problem of depression among youth is made available in this article. Read and share with everyone who has a young person to care for.
Loneliness is an uncommonly common problem. It exits everywhere, among all kinds of people. As prevalent (and destructive) as loneliness is among the adult population, it is even more pronounced among youth and can be overwhelming, consuming and devasting.