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  • Do you feel like you just can't get happy?

    你覺得自己開心不起來?

  • Are you finding you're pulling away from friends?

    發現自己跟朋友越來越疏離?

  • Do you sometimes sit in your room in the dark, not even realizing how many hours have passed?

    有時候坐在房間陰暗的一角,一坐就好幾個小時?

  • Depression can affect anyone, especially teens.

    憂鬱症可以影響任何人,尤其是青少年。

  • About 20 percent of all teens experience depression before they reach adulthood, that's a worrying statistic.

    一則令人擔憂的數據顯示,將近兩成的青少年在成年之前都曾經歷過憂鬱症。

  • When singer Willow Smith, Will Smith's daughter, came out and said she suffered with depression ...

    當 Will Smith 的歌手女兒 Willow Smith 公開她深受憂鬱症所苦。

  • ... the comments at the bottom of many articles were attacking her, saying: "What have you got to be depressed about?"

    許多文章下的留言都在抨擊她說:「妳有什麼好憂鬱的?」

  • A lot of people don't understand that mental illnesses don't discriminate between age or circumstance.

    很多人不知道其實心理疾病會發生在任何年齡或任何情況。

  • Often, depression is even more difficult to recognize in young people than adults.

    通常憂鬱症在青少年身上比在成年人身上還難被發現。

  • Because as a teen, you experience so many changes at this stage in your life.

    因為年輕人會在人生中的這個階段經歷許多改變。

  • But the longer you feel this way, the more likely it's going to disrupt your life and turn into a long-term problem.

    但你越長時間感到憂鬱,越有可能讓你的生活被打亂且演變成長期的困擾。

  • So Psych2Go shares with you five ways to recognize depression.

    所以 Psych2Go 要與你分享:五個方法確定是不是憂鬱症。

  • One, continuous low mood or sadness.

    一,持續性的感到低落或是悲傷。

  • Do you often feel very sad and low for a prolonged period of time?

    你經常長時間的感到難過及低落嗎?

  • If you're feeling this way, things that normally lift your mood won't bring the same joy and happiness.

    如果你有這種感覺,平常能讓你心情變好的事物無法再帶給你相同的快樂。

  • You may feel low or cry for no specific reason.

    你可能會無緣由地感到低落或是哭泣。

  • It's a good time to reach out and talk to someone.

    這時候你應該找人傾訴。

  • Two: being irritable or intolerant of others.

    二,對他人感到易怒且無法包容。

  • Irritability can be missed as a symptom of depression as you're often stereotyped as moody and irritable already.

    當你經常被認定只是情緒化和暴躁時,易怒的表現會被忽略是憂鬱症的特徵。

  • It's also a very common symptom of depression.

    其實它也是憂鬱症常見的症狀。

  • Often, you'll have a very short temper and snap at people you love for no apparent reason.

    通常你會無來由地突然對你愛的人發脾氣。

  • If you notice a change in your mood, it might be best to discuss it with someone--a parent, a school counselor, doctor or a friend.

    當你發現心情發生變化時,最好找個人——家長,學校裡的諮商師、醫生或是朋友聊聊。

  • Even if you think you're just having a rough time at school, it might not be depression.

    就算你只認為是自己在學校過得‘不順,可能並不是憂鬱症。

  • But talking it out helps to get the whole picture.

    但是找人傾訴可以更理解自己的問題。

  • Three, showing feelings of helplessness.

    三,表現出無助的樣子。

  • If you're suffering with depression, you'll feel out of depth, like you aren't in control of your life, you can feel completely helpless and confused.

    如果你深受憂鬱症所苦,你會感到無法控制、掌握自己的人生,你會感到困惑無助。

  • While these feelings are normal as you go through changes in your body and growing up, be aware if the symptom persists for longer than a few weeks.

    這些感受在成長的改變過程中很正常,但還是要注意這種症狀是否持續超過一兩個禮拜。

  • Feelings of unhappiness, worry, guilt, being fearful, helpless, hopeless, or lonely could all be signifying that something more serious is wrong.

    當你感到不快樂、擔憂、罪惡、恐懼、無助、絕望或是孤單時,這些都可能表示你有一些嚴重的問題。

  • Four, increasing social isolation.

    四,自己獨處的時間增加。

  • Do you want to just be left alone?

    你想要孤單一人嗎?

  • When you're not feeling like yourself and your mood is low, it can lead to social isolation.

    當你感到狀態不好且心情低落時,可能會讓你與外界保持距離。

  • It can be hard being around people because you feel like you have to act like you normally would.

    跟人相處會變得很困難,因為你覺得自己應該要假裝沒事。

  • This emotional strain can cause you to give up socializing altogether.

    這種情緒的壓抑會導致你完全放棄社交。

  • If you notice you're starting to withdraw from people, talk to someone.

    當你發現自己開始遠離人群時,找人聊聊。

  • Even if you feel you're just having difficulties with friends.

    雖然你可能只是不擅長交友。

  • It may not always be a sign of depression, but dealing with it now can help stop it turning into something more.

    並非是憂鬱症的表現,但是儘早想辦法解決可以防止它惡化。

  • Five, little to no enjoyment of things you once liked.

    五,不再對曾經所愛的東西感到快樂。

  • Have you lost interest in being involved in after-school clubs, music practice or sports?

    你有曾經對社團活動,練團或是運動失去興趣嗎?

  • Do you feel like you don't want to go and/or contemplating dropping out?

    你不再想要參與,甚至想要退出?

  • You might not even watch your favorite TV shows with as much interest.

    你可能甚至不再熱衷看最愛的電視節目。

  • Not enjoying things you once liked could be a sign you're depressed.

    不再享受你曾經所愛的事物可能是憂鬱症的表現。

  • Have you struggled with depression?

    你曾經有被憂鬱症困擾過嗎?

  • What do you do to help?

    你怎麼尋求幫助?

  • Psych2Go would love to know.

    Psych2Go 很樂意知道。

  • Be sure to leave a comment below.

    別忘記在下面留言。

  • Thanks for watching!

    感謝收看!

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五個青少年憂鬱症的跡象 (5 Signs of Teenage Depression)

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    Minjane 發佈於 2020 年 07 月 31 日
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