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Rebellion or depression? Ten Questions and Ten Answers About Teen Depression (1)

Time:2023-04-01 12:12:23 author:Leisure vacation Read:727次
Rebellion or depression? Ten Questions and Ten Answers About Teen Depression (1)

When teenagers suffer from depression, many parents mistakenly think that their children's performance is rebellious. What is the difference between rebelliousness and depression? Does depression get better if you ignore it? Does taking antidepressants affect adolescent physical development? When a child enters adolescence, once more violent or disobedient behavior occurs, parents tend to classify it as rebellion. However, when the child, in addition to being emotional and irritable, has a bad appetite, can't keep up with everything, and doesn't even want to go out, then you should pay attention that the child is probably not rebellious, but is falling into a low ebb in life. During this period, he became ill and suffered from depression. In addition to rebellion, how is adolescent depression different from adult depression? Need to take medicine? Will taking medicine affect my child's intellectual development? Here are some common questions parents have about teen depression. 1. Will depression get better without treatment? The same is sick, why hear depression, but parents can not accept it? Professor Rong Xinqi, a psychologist, said that depression is a brain disease. Parents do not admit that their children have the disease. The first is that they do not understand the disease, and the second is that they dare not face the reality. Some depression will get better after a period of time, but it does not mean that it will not relapse. In the process of treating depression, learning to deal with emotions and taking care of yourself can prevent it from recurring. There are many reasons for depression, which are absolutely related to physical fitness. When a child is sick, what parents should do is to take the child to a doctor as soon as possible, instead of blaming themselves for the child's illness. Secondly, depression in a child will bring great trouble to the family. However, it is not up to the parents to determine whether the child is sick or not. If you have any doubts, you may wish to take the child to a psychiatrist and ask a professional for evaluation. If you don’t get treatment for depression, you will get better after 3 to 6 months, but if the patient has suicidal thoughts, whether they can survive this period of time is the key! 2. The child is not strong enough to get depression? When parents know that their child has depression, they usually take him to the movies, give him things he likes, try to please him, or reason with the child, such as "you have to have confidence in yourself and cheer up." For teenagers, he also wants to cheer up, but because of illness, he can't do it. If parents just ask for it, it will cause secondary harm to the child. When a child is sick, parents should be more tolerant to the child, and do not over-instruct him to do this or that, which will create pressure and burden on the child. In addition, they should actively seek medical and counseling resources. 3. The child is just in a bad mood, why should he see a psychiatrist? I remember a patient revealed in his outpatient clinic that he had symptoms of depression when he was in junior high school. If he could have found it earlier, maybe he would have achieved better results today. This shows that early detection of depression is very important. Professor Rong Xinqi reminded that people do have scruples about psychiatry, but compared with the past, the number of people who see psychiatry has increased a lot. If parents notice that their children are emotionally troubled, in addition to seeing psychiatry directly, they can also turn to school counselors or psychological counseling rooms for help. 4. Is depression contagious? "Adolescent depression is not contagious". Unlike infectious diseases, depression is not contagious. However, teenagers may learn and imitate the behavior of friends because of "identity with classmates". 5. What is the difference between rebellion and depression? For parents, it is indeed difficult to distinguish whether a child's behavior is rebellious or depressed. If a child has depression, in addition to rebellious behavior, it will be accompanied by uncomfortable symptoms such as poor appetite, insomnia, lethargy, low mood, or irritability. If you are in doubt, you can ask the school's counselor to use assessment tools to assist in the judgment and assess the child's emotional state. There are various forms of depression in adolescents, including "typical depression" and "atypical depression". "Typical depression" refers to teenagers who are obviously unhappy, lack confidence, sleep less, cry, don't speak, don't want to go out, have a bad appetite and other symptoms, and also have physical symptoms such as dizziness, chest tightness, and stomach discomfort. would want to commit suicide. And "atypical depression", also known as "hidden depression" or "smile depression." It is generally believed that patients with depression do not like to laugh, but patients with atypical depression will not only laugh, but it is not easy to tell from their behavior that they are depressed patients. Such patients are prone to emotional stress due to high psychological pressure, and may also experience symptoms such as upset stomach, chest tightness, headache, shoulder pain, low back pain, and not wanting to go to school. Mainly can be divided into 7 kinds of manifestations. ①There are many small problems on the body. ②Bulimia, anorexia. ③ Body phobia (for example, if you are not satisfied with the weight of 38 kg, you have to drop it to 36 kg). ④ obsessive-compulsive thinking disorder. ⑤ panic. ⑥ Borderline disorder (emotions are like a roller coaster, one is very low, and then another is laughing, and the ups and downs are great). ⑦ Personality is abnormal. The original text is from Professor Rong Xinqi's Hypnotic Psychology Studio. 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