10 Ideas to Support Persistent Child Sadness

persistent child sadness

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Suitable for: Families of primary-age children

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It's difficult to deal with child sadness. While we want our children to have wonderful careers, a family of their own, and a healthy income, the thing you probably want most for your child is for them to be happy. 


So when you notice your child seems frequently sad, it can be very upsetting, for both them and you.


Why do some children feel sad all the time?

Long-lasting, persistent depression in young children is unusual. But many will go through periods of sadness. Some children are simply more sensitive to strong emotions and seem to feel them more deeply.



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