Why Teens Commit Suicide – What Parents Must Know

Teenage depression is a common problem and parents should have in mind that their teenage children may be experiencing some form of depression, especially when they are unhappy for long periods of time. Teenagers are often moody and this can be explained with the dramatic changes that occur in their bodies as they undergo hormonal and structural change during puberty.

Statistics show that a big number of teens are suffering from depression. One of the biggest problems is that many parents seem to be unaware of the signs of depression going on in their teenage child. Neglecting the problem usually leads to graver consequences.

A fact worth mentioning why so many teen suicides is that depressed young people are more likely to have thoughts of suicide and there is a likely hood of them committing suicide without warning. In most cases if the depression goes unnoticed and untreated will lead to more complicated problems.

Here is a professional analysis on depression in teenagers:

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Patrick Mounter

Patrick Mounter

Working with teenagers suffering depression, anxiety and stress and relieving them of there symptoms is a great reward in itself. Being able to do this without the use of drugs is undoubtedly a step in the right direction. A new approach is to change the 'core energy' of the condition. When that happens all other sub energies change bringing harmony and balance.

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