You might think it would be a dream come true. For some, though, it’s not. Being stuck at home with your family can be stressful. Monotony, lack of privacy
Pay attention to any changes in your child’s behavior; in other words, look out for signs of worsening depression.
Times of crisis can bring families together, but we should in fact promote closeness all the time.
Parents who spend time with their child may be able to see if the child is struggling with depression.
Take a walk around the block and talk to your kids about the highlights of your day.
If you’re a parent reading this, please keep an open mind and listening ear. Be willing to help in any way you can and help to create a healthy home environment for your teen.
Parental acceptance and recognition are powerful tools to developing self-love. As you encourage them towards being the best they can be, don’t compare them to others
Teachers can even benefit from training to help them identify the signs of stress, depression, and other issues, and so can intervene.
Remember that, although stress and especially depression are serious, they can be treated.