What would you guys do if your son/daughter was depressed? (Forget their ages).
I'd try to see what was wrong and then take them to see a therapist if need be.
@Box (may i call you Box? ) what if they don't want to go to any therapist? Would you force him/her to go?
No you dirty minded Cat . You may call me 9 .
Nope, I wouldn't. I'd wait until they feel ready to do so. What would you do?
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I would talk to them... i'd tell them i went through that, and that they can trust me because i'm their mom. Family. I'd hug them, give them freedom. I'd praise them every time they did something succefully. I'd talk to them everytime they fail. I'd tell that none of us won in everything we did. We fail to rise. I'd support them in any choice they made. Good or bad, i don't care, it's their decision and as a mother i'd support it. I don't care if they get pregnant early. I'd teach them to be respectful. RESPECTFUL to others. I'd tell them to not go too far on jokes. I'd tell them that people are very different from each other and that SOME OF THEM can't take some jokes like you would. I'd tell them to think on other people's side before judging. I would make them NOT BE SHY to others. I would love them. Like a mom. Like parents should love their children. Family. (spelling errors all over the place i know, too lazy to fix...)
Good answer. That's some common sense. People should try to work the best that they can with their children, and work with them to be the best that they can be. It doesn't matter what others think about them, in the end... it should be what's inside of them that counts the most. No matter what happens.
As for shyness, that isn't always fixable... but it can be worked on. At least to a point. Some people are just more introverted than others, and in the end, that shouldn't be stigmatized or considered to be a bad thing. It just means that we're all different.