Select Page

Easy to read

Books can explain further that depression is a serious condition. Any type of harmful behavior can be a sign. Teen depression is a topic that’s not discussed enough among many parents.“A room without books is like a body without a soul.” ― Marcus Tullius Cicero While you are here, check out my other blog Posts. 

Teenage depression books

Teenage Depression Books to read

1.    When Nothing Matters Anymore: A Survival Guide for Depressed Teens by Bev Cobain.

Kurt Donald Cobain died in 1994. Best known, as lead singer, guitarist, and primary songwriter of the rock band Nirvana.

Bev Cobain wrote about her family’s personal triumph over and struggle with depression and how the death of her cousin Kurt Cobain made an impact on her life. It ultimately prompted her to write her story. Book excerpt: “I’ve heard some people say that suicide is a stupid, weak, and shameful act. What they don’t know is that suicide is a cry for help.” There are great misconceptions about dealing with depression in various cultures and this book explains the differences.

Books to read.

2.  A Guide to Teenage Depression, by Patrice M Foster. “Teenage depression  a hidden secret. No one is talking about,” says Foster. “We are familiar with adult depression but not many parents are aware, so awareness is greatly needed.”  Excellently researched and put together for an easy reading experience that may save your teen’s life.”

Three easy books you will like about depression 

3. OMG I’m a Teen! Now What?: A Survival Guide for Teenage Girls by Greg and Cristina Noland (series)

The authors take an in-depth look at depression and changes teens go through daily. For girls, this includes changes in body image. In minutes, smaller issues can seem dramatic. For example, when asked “Why do females use so much toilet paper?” things can escalate. And the list goes on. Parents with teen girls should read this book. It’ll make your life less complicated.

Teenage depression is on the rise. Recognizing the signs and symptoms of this serious disorder and prevention can help another child live longer.