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As someone who does not yet have children, I can hardly imagine the anguish that parents must feel thinking about the possibility that their children suffer from any health problem . Teenagers in particular, who are often elusive and not very communicative with their parents, may be suffering from problems without their being able or knowing how to do something to alleviate them.
The depression is a mental illness that we associate with adulthood, with serious problems , work stress, personal loss or emotional problems. A child or adolescent who has all his needs covered, why would he become depressed?