A person grieving should not discuss strong feelings, like anger and sadness.
Bargaining is a coping strategy that works a majority of the time.
Continued sleeping difficulties is one symptom of depression.
Depression is a natural part of the grieving process.
Having past experience with mental disorders means a person will develop depression.
If both parents suffer from depression, then their children are immune to depression.
Improving nutrition can help a person cope with depression.
Increasing social outlets often increases depression.
It often takes a trusted friend to encourage someone suffering from depression to seek help.
One possible cause of depression is the loss of a loved one.
Self-destructive behaviors are one possible sign of someone who may be considering suicide.
Someone coping with grief may benefit from joining a support group or volunteering to help someone else.
Speaking regularly with a counselor, therapist or psychologist is a possible treatment method for depression
A A stage in the grieving process
B A cause of depression
C An effect of a mental disorder
D An ability to say no.
B Stress management
A Show concern
B Stay with the person
C Offer them medication
D Encourage talking
A Depression is caused by prolonged exposure to a depressed friend or family member.
B Depression is often the result of more than one factor impacting a person at the same time.
C Depression has no known causes.
D Depression is often resolved with over the counter medications.
Young people who talk about suicide never attempt suicide.