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Posted November 12, 2013
This book is an exceptional read!! Having been a depressed child, I can truly relate to the subjects and detailed information that Dr. Serani writes so brilliantly. Not only does Dr. Serani share her professional experiences but her personal one as well and for me, that is what makes this book amazing. Depression in children has been so unrecognized in the past and even so in today's world, but Dr. Serani shares the symptoms as well as diagnosis and finally the many forms of treatment available for your child. This book was so real to me, it was like I saw myself as a little child again. I also saw hope whereas when I was a child I felt helpless. Dr. Serani gives you, the parents, the hope and help you can give to your child. I would urge people to read this book as well as Dr. Serani's first book, " Living with Depression". Both are easy reads with so much great informative and REAL information. Dr. Serani has helped me understand so much more about this mental illness then I ever thought possible. I applaude Dr. Serani and her brilliantly written work!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 11, 2013
This is a wonderful book that discusses and outlines pediatric depression, self-harm, suicide, and the strategies a parent/adult can use to support and guide his/her adolescent child during this difficult time.
Posted October 10, 2013
This is an exceptional book. Written with the reader in mind, it is easy to understand and helped me relate to my daughter's depression. Dr. Serani is a great author and I look forward t her next book.. Her first two were home run's in my book !
Posted September 25, 2013
I bought this because my child struggles with depression. This is a must read book not just for parents who want to learn about depression in children, but would for teachers too. The author covers the usual things, like symptoms, diagnosis and treatment - but goes further to cover holistic treatments too. The tough subjects of self harm and suicide get a chapter each, which is really helpful. What really makes this meaningful read is that the author shares her own experiences with depression personally and professionally. I felt like I got a true take on depression. Not a sanitized or clinical view of this illness. I'll be getting Serani's first book too.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.