Lonely, Sad and Angry: A Parent's Guide to Depression in Children and Adolescents
All children experience occasional feelings of loneliness, sadness, and anger. However, when these feelings are so strong and so prolonged that they appear to overwhelm the child, the possibility of childhood depression must be considered.
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Answered all of my questionsUser Review - Mawm - Borders
This book answered all of my questions. I wasn't sure what was happening to my son, but now I have the knowledge to understand what he's going through and to help him. Of all the books about anxiety and depression in children, I am so grateful this one came to me. Read full review
one What Is Childhood Depression?
TWO What Else Can Go Wrong?
three Is My Child Depressed?
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Lonely, Sad, and Angry: A Parent's Guide to Depression in Children and ...
Barbara D. Ingersoll,Sam Goldstein
No preview available - 2001