4 Major Childhood Depressive Symptom Sources.
1. Situational Depression – This is where someone or something causes a “black cloud” feeling. Once the “thing” or “situation” is removed the depression could dissipate. Seasonal affective disorder falls under this category (aka “the winter blues”).
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