Articles on Depression
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Posted in Children, Depression, Mental Health
Childhood is the happiest time of a person’s life. It is assumed to be one big happy fairy tale with no dark moments in sight. Unfortunately, that is sometimes untrue. Children are also victims of depressive episodes, which not only affects their health but also jeopardizes their future. The ugly cloud of depression can, at […]
Posted in Children, Depression, Depression Treatment, Emotions, Family, Mental Health, Mental Health Disorder, Mental Health Treatment, Mental Illness, Mood Disorder, Parenting, Relationships, Therapy, Treatment
With nearly one in eight women in the United States suffering from postpartum depression and related illnesses, millions of newborn children in America are at a higher risk of developing psychiatric disorders in the future. Many times, women mistakenly consider postpartum depression as normal baby blues, and do not seek professional help. But, the signs […]
Posted in Children, Mental Health
The age at which children begin to experience complex emotion is a hotly debated topic. Some experts argue young children are not cognitively developed enough to experience depression along with other mental disorders. Others, including concerned parents, may witness a child who is unable to participate in life, leading them to seek out answers.
09-17 Treating mental illness in school part 4 – Learning techniques for kids with learning disabilities
Posted in Children, Education, Mental Health
Kids already have much to deal with in school, home life and other parts of their rapidly expanding world. A learning disability can threaten to slow down or stop social and educational progress, leading to frustration and heartache. Studies, such as one from Nicholas S. Thaler, of University of Nevada, Las Vegas, have proven learning […]