Hope for Helping Your Child Overcome Anxiety, Depression and Suicidal Ideation – Episode 127

Hope for Helping Your Child Overcome Anxiety, Depression and Suicidal Ideation – Episode 127

Lori Wildenberg and I talk about hope for helping your child overcome anxiety, depression, or suicidal ideation. Lori almost lost her daughter to death by suicide and shares with us what she’s learned. Through her situation, she learned that even those parts of our lives that are messy and embarrassing can be used by God to help others. She shares things that build hope and things that bust hope.

Hope for Helping with Childhood and Teen Depression

Hope for Helping with Childhood and Teen Depression

In recent posts, we’ve discussed the very important reality of understanding depression in children, depression in teens, and their risk for suicide. Many parents may now be wondering if childhood or teen depression can be prevented? That’s one of the questions we’ll be addressing today. We’ll also be discussing what we need to know to best help those we love who are depressed.

Understanding Depression in Children (and Teens)

Understanding Depression in Children (and Teens)

In many circles there exists a myth that childhood depression doesn’t exist, but that simply isn’t the truth. Although it may be more common for adolescents to experience depression, children as young as 3 years old can have depression. Over the past three decades I’ve seen the incidence of childhood and teen depression rise significantly. It’s a serious illness, but also one that is treatable.

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