Grateful Teens May Have Less Risk for...

Grateful Teens May Have Less Risk for Depression, Other Problems

There are 2 comments on the HON story from Aug 5, 2012, titled Grateful Teens May Have Less Risk for Depression, Other Problems. In it, HON reports that:

For anyone raising teenagers, the idea of helping them feel grateful for everyday things may seem like a long shot; just getting them to mumble a "thank you" every now and then can be a monumental accomplishment.

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Lombard, IL

#1 Aug 8, 2012
Boosting each teenagers self esteem may reduce the risk of increasing the number of depression among teenagers. Being a teenager is considered as a crucial part of growing up because they tend to encounter identity crisis.

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