Teens are known for being a moody, rebellious, egocentric and emotional bunch. But while this is normal adolescent behavior, depression is a real disorder that affects one in 20 teens (point prevalence statistic from Essau & Dobson, 1999). According...
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“If someone complains of their physical symptoms ... that's what clinicians tend to target. So, that preponderance of physical symptoms for people who also have the mood symptoms sometimes tends to overwhelm the underlying cause. But [the symptoms] go together. They hold hands. They're all part of the same syndrome."
Children with disinhibited social engagement disorder, a subset of what was formerly known as Reactive Attachment Disorder, interact with strangers in a way like they interact with parents or parental figures.
You have to think differently to manage your depression effectively. Many people are looking for "That one thing" to fix their depression once and for all. This is a huge mistake (A mistake people can keep making for years and years). The cure for depression requires a combination of strategies, and there is a very good reason for this. I explain this in the video tutorial on #depression. So if you have not watched the video yet, go watch it now.