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Ups & Downs: How to Beat the Blues and Teen Depression

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Book - Child


"What's wrong with me? Why am I so sad? Will I always feel so blue? For every teen who's ever asked these questions, Ups & Downs can help with reassuring, easy-to-read advice from licensed experts that helps readers understand their feelings, identify their problems, and recognize the difference between temporary rough spots and more serious situations. Need advice on coping with anger, school rebellion, promiscuity, or eating disorders? Or insight into clinical depression, a long-misunderstood illness that affects one in four teens today? In Ups & Downs, teens will find friendly voices of compassion and reason, medical tips for spotting and treating various kinds of depression, hotline and professional resource listings, and most important, reassuring words from teens just like them to help ease common loneliness and fears. Authors Susan Klebanoff and Ellen Luborsky are clinical psychologists specializing in childhood and adolescent depression and family therapy." -- From the Publisher


9 years - 12 years.




Susan Klebanoff , Ellen Luborsky


1998 Penguin Putnam Books for Young Readers


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