I have a question for all you moms out there. Remember when we were teenagers? When we were kids? How come we didn't have a ton of depressed kids with self esteem issues? I wasn't popular BY FAR in my school, in fact I was an outcast for most of it. But I didn't have depression or self esteem issues. Did you? Honestly? How come all the time, whenever a teenager is broody or moody or acts out in any way, most people point it to self esteem or depression begging the parent to take the child to counseling? Have we become the generation of parents that don't teach their children coping skills or to be responsible for their actions?
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