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choleng11

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Depression on children
« on: November 04, 2015, 09:54:53 am »

My husband just passed away last Sept 20.  I have two children, one 9yr old and a 2yr old.  My problem is, yung panganay ko, is super affected. At first, ang akala namin ok lang siya pero noong start na uli siyang pumasok, doon nag-start ang problem.  Ayaw na nyang pumasok sa school laging nagdadahilan kesyo may masakit daw sa kanya. Hindi siya ganito dati, halos ayaw ngang mag-absent eh.  Ang sabi niya nami-miss daw niya Daddy niya.  Hindi na namin alam kung paano pa ang gagawin namin kasi kanina na naman hindi na naman nakapasok kasi nga iyak na naman ng iyak.

We planned to seek professional help na sana for counseling kasi ang hirap, bata eh, kahit anong explain namin di niya pa rin maintindihan.

Please help.  Really appreciate kung may mga mag share ng insight nila or baka may nakaranas na rin ng ganito.

Thanks so much!!!

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Anne Aquino

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Re: H E L P !!!
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2015, 03:53:31 am »

Mas maganda talaga kung kakausapin siya ninyong lahat mga relatives and make your child feel loved para mapunan ang feeling of emptiness. Pati narin kung may close friends siya, makakatulong yun. Dalhin nyo sa masasayang lugar para makapagrelax. Ipakausap sa priest and psychologists bukod sa mga nabanggit ko. Most specially, magdasal kayo ng sabay tungkol sa dad niya hanggang masanay siya. Hindi talaga madali makarecover pero tyagain lang kausapin ng kausapin sa iba't ibang paraan. Iexplain mo narin sa anak mo parang ganito: "Kaya nasa heaven ang daddy kasi tapos na ang misyon niya dito sa mundo at tinatawag na siya ni God. Lahat naman tayo magkikita dun sa tamang panahon. Dapat maging masaya para kay dad kasi hindi gugustuhin ng dad na makita ka anak na malungkot. Mahihirapan si dad pag nakikitang malungkot tayo. Magpakatatag ka para kay dad at samin ni mommy at kapatid mo dahil nandito pa kami para sayo"
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Re: Depression on children
« Reply #2 on: December 27, 2017, 03:20:34 pm »

I watched this episode on Jessica Soho about depression. It was shown during the Mental Health month. The Psychiatrist they interviewed said she has a patient as young as 9yo. What's more alarming is that most of her patients are teenagers, not adults. 
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