How Adult Depression Differs From Teenage Depression

Adult depression is significantly different from teenage depression. In adults suffering from depression, the appetite for both the “hunt” and the “feast” disappears. In case of teens, the urge for the hunt disappears, in that they may not go out of their way to have, say, their favourite slice of pizza, but the urge for the feast still persists. Teenagers will still appreciate their slice of pizza if someone else brings it to them.

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