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Depression

Depression is usually defined as a persistent feeling of sadness, often accompanied by a sense of hopelessness, disconnection and loss of interest in the activities of daily life that were previously meaningful. Can children be depressed? The answer is clearly yes, although depression can show up differently in children than in adults. Here’s how to help your child work through mild depression, and when to seek professional help.


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Depression in Children

Children can be depressed although depression can show up differently in children than in adults. Learn how to respond to signs of depression in your child.

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Toddler Cries All the Time

Tears in response to transitions and new things signal that the child feels overwhelmed and unable to rise to the occasion. But there could be more to it...

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