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March 30, 2022

Depression in Teens

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teenager depression

Recent Comments

Idaly Oropeza

Your infographic honestly has so much information that is often overlooked. I loved how you not only gave information on depression itself but you also gave useful resources. In todays world depression is gaining more attention and isn’t something people are afraid to talk about anymore. It was a great idea to base it mostly around teens and college kids. Congratulations on your nominations, it was definitely earned.



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Jocelyn Elias

Hi, Rihanna I really like your infographic and the many preventives for identifying depression. I also really enjoy how you put many methods not only survived in the individual that is suffering from depression but also involving the family in solving the issue that the ridge was going through. I also thought it was really important that you added statistics not only phycological information about the population.



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Vanessa Fabila-Ramirez

Rihanna congratulations on your award. You deserve it. I love the layout of your article. I’ve never seen anything like this before on the website. It makes me happy seeing someone talk about depression. I know it could be hard for people to but if we talk about it more the better we can help and make it known that its ok. I like how you put what treatments there are to help you.



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