Teen Depressed children: Teenagers are very sensitive by their nature, they get hurt, angry, and emotional very easily so very serious mental health issues can lead to sadness, loss of interest, lack of emotion . Although depression can occur at any time in life, symptoms may differ between teens and adults.
How Can You Help Someone Get Over Teen Depression?
Time: Time is the most precious gift you give to someone. If you think your teen is getting depressed, don’t let him drag himself down Hell’s well. Talk to them and try to figure out the problem together.
Trust: You must first build trust. If your teen has confidence in you then your teen can easily share his feelings with you which can solve the teen’s problem
Resolve issues: There are many issues that can be easily resolved without much ado but usually, teens do not share much. So first be a friend who can help your teen be open with you. Then you can resolve conflicts together.
Care: Take care of your teen. Stick to sensitivity and good feelings. Always appreciate the teen’s achievements, goals, and failures. This is more important than anything.
Following are the signs and symptoms of Teen Depression:
Parents and caregivers can seek help with these symptoms of teen depression if you think your teen is becoming depressed.
1. Lack of interest in hobbies
2. Latent Emotions
3. Feelings of guilt or guilt
4. Extreme sensitivity
5. Lack of Concentration
6. Lack of Emotions
7. Low Self-Esteem
8. Bad Sleeping Habits
9. Low Energy
10. Suicidal Thoughts
14. Crying frequently
Treatments for dealing with teen depression
Research shows that about 2/3 of teens achieve long-term improvement through therapy. That’s why therapies like talk therapy, CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) and interpersonal therapy work. Depression in adolescence is highly treatable.
Talk Therapy: This therapy always works because whenever your teen feels bad about something or you feel that your teen is not having a good time or is not feeling well, just talk to your teen right away. Otherwise you can call the doctor.
CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy): The aim of CBT therapy is to discover the cause or origin of this negative building up inside the adolescent’s mind.
Interpersonal Therapy: This therapy helps teens learn how to manage depressive symptoms by improving interpersonal skills.