- Children go through different stages in their lives
- It is important to understand the behavior of your child as well as his daily activities monitor
- Here are some of the common signs to consider in a depressed child.
Children go through various stages of their lives that can alter their perception and interaction with the world. As a parent, it is important to monitor your child's behavior and daily activities. In this way we can decode which paths they are moving on. If it is common for a parent to pay only penalties and limit himself to normal business affairs, there is a good chance that your child will continue to develop problematically. It is important to understand the cause and identify the essence of the problem.
Here are some common signs to watch out for; It is important to identify them and take appropriate measures to bring your child back on a positive path:
If your child is below normal grades, something is not somewhere in order. It could be a learning disability, laziness, more attention or social or domestic issues. It could also be a sign of depression. To get to the heart of the matter, it's important to only punish your child or overload it with your expectations for better grades.
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Everybody occasionally experiences a change in moods in different stages of life. Especially teens with fluctuating hormones tend to pace up and down. The key here is to regulate when highs and lows are too extreme, or when your child quickly shifts from euphoria to depression, apparently without cause. Be empathetic and calm with your child. Try to get your child to share what they are experiencing right now.
If you find out they have hidden something, it is unimportant even if it seems insignificant at this point in time to suggest that this can lead to suspicious behavior. They create a habit of secrecy, and they either say they can not handle bad behavior, or they do not trust you. Each of these is dangerous, indicating that communication between parents and children is in danger (and vice versa)
Sudden Change of Friends
Finding new friends is a good thing, but a red flag means they spend no more time with a group and start with a whole new group of people. It's important to find out what drew her to the new group and what made her stop being with her former friends. Relationships are complicated and young children need their parents to help them focus on healthy relationships. Therefore, it is very important that the counselor who knows your child's circle of friends and other important people in their influencer zone.
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Adolescence will certainly bring with it some personality changes, but keep an eye on it. When a generally optimistic child becomes more doubtful or an outgoing child calms down, there is something that drives the negative change. Maybe they do things that they know they will not approve of, or there may be another reason. Carefully ask her about the changing world. You can also share your experiences when you were your age and make them feel that they are not alone. Enable them to be fully aware of their strengths and weaknesses, and to overcome their limitations.
Communicate as much as possible with your children and create a safe place for your children when they try to control life. Try to gain their trust and trust, and understand that you are well off as they lose their dependence on social media, resulting in healthy hobbies and better management of real-world challenges.
Contributions by Dr. med. Fabian Almeida Consultant Psychiatrist, Fortis Hospital Kalyan
Posted by: Onlymyhealth Staff Writer
Source: Onlymyhealth Editorial Staff January 26, 2019