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Children can often feel 'depressed' about a friend's cold shoulder, a bad result at school or sometimes they just feel 'down' for no reason at all. It can become a concern if your child continues to have such feelings frequently over a long period of time. If it starts to interfere with their ability to manage at home and at school, then you should seek help from a skilled professional.

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