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Depression of children under age 5

Posted by Youth Mind Training(ip:)

Date 2023-03-23

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     Teenagers in the phase of formation of self-identity develop depression when they cannot understand continuously what is going on around them from their own

point of view. children. Then, how about depression of children under age 5, who are in the phase of survival? When young children get stressed by their survival 

being threatened, they may cry and scream loudly. When their parents cuddle and feed them in a safe environment, they feel comfortable and safe. However, when

there is no one who takes care of them and they are neglected, they develop anxiety and fear and may develop depression. 

     When a baby who was happily watching the mobile hanging on the ceiling suddenly begins to cry out loud or a baby who used to smile at the sight of the 

mother doesn't smile at the mother these days, it indicates that the baby is under great stress. Some babies who are suffering from  asperger's disorder or autistic

spectrum condition are not good or effective at expressing themselves even when they feel problems or discomfort. Boys have problems in perception and girls 

in memory of emotions. The mind of babies as well as that of adults stops functioning in the right way when their survival is threatened. When the mind stops

functioning properly, they begin to have problems in psychology and their cognitive development slows down. Depression can develop in every phase of 

psychological development when the goal of each phase cannot be achieved properly. When babies feel that safe survival and healthy growth are guaranteed 

in the current environment, they don't develop psychological problems. 




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