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What to Do When You're Sad and Lonely
What to Do When You're Sad and Lonely: A Guide for Kids
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Offers strategies and tips kids can use to beat the blues and blahs, get a handle on their feelings, make and keep friends, and enjoy their time alone. Also focuses on depression and other more serious problems.
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By James J. Crist
 
All kids feel sad and lonely sometimes. Growing numbers of children are living with depression, a disease often mistaken for sadness.
 
This reassuring book offers strategies and tips kids can use to beat the blues and blahs, get a handle on their feelings, make and keep friends, and enjoy their time alone.
 
The second part focuses on depression, bipolar disorder, grief, and other problems too big for kids to handle on their own, and describes what it’s like to go to counseling.
 
Includes a "Note to Grown-ups" and a list of resources. Suitable for ages 12 and up. 128 pages. Softcover. 2005.
 
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