Dr. Dang Hoang Giang, eBox speaker on the topic “Adolescent depression” shared the mistakes that he himself made when dealing with his children.
Dr. Dang Hoang Giang, author of the book “Black Ocean” said that depression is a very common psychological disorder in society and can occur in any family, at any age, regardless of their qualifications. different levels of education and social positions. But teen depression needs special attention because at a sensitive age, with many changes.
In the process of interviewing, listening to young people to write the book “Black Ocean”, he realized that parents have made a lot of mistakes in the way they treat their children that they may not realize themselves.
“Even there are mistakes that I make myself,” he said. Among those mistakes can be mentioned that parents do not trust their children, think that their children are lazy, do not try hard enough, or hurt children with words.
Along with two other speakers, Dr. Dang Hoang Giang will bring an eBox on the topic of Adolescent Depression” with information, knowledge and experiences, for parents and people interested in this topic.
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Dr. Dang Hoang Giang is a social activist and book author, he is always concerned with the fates and stories of the wounds of depressed people and uses his pen to speak out for the weak. position in society. Most of the topics he chose to study and research were “in the dark” and few people mentioned it with the desire to eliminate prejudice.
Dr. Dang Hoang Giang will bring to the eBox true stories, the fates of depressed people, especially teenagers, and a way for parents to delve into the spiritual life of their children when they are at a sensitive age. emotional, with many physiological changes. Especially the transformation and healing journey of parents themselves in the process of accompanying their children.
“I wish I could talk to them earlier to understand them better, I am also more sensitive in avoiding hurting my children with words. I used to think that my children only needed money, clothes, attending a good school… I myself do not understand that children in that period need attention and spiritual connection”, he shared.
Most recently, Dr. Dang Hoang Giang released 2 works “Finding myself in the post-childhood world”; “Black Ocean” is about the childhood traumas and worlds of depressed people and their families.
The book was widely received by readers and even “shocked” ordinary people when it clearly depicts lives “in the dark” by depression, destinies deprived of the right to live with humanity. products, dedication, happiness and love.
Besides the sharing of Dr. Giang, the program is also a place for Nguyen Lam Thao Tam – a young actor and MC to recall “gray memories” at the age of 14 when he was deeply immersed in the “black hole” of depression due to bullying. school and the most extraordinary moment in Tam’s life when “taking a step back, sat down on the window sill, preventing myself from jumping from the 15 meter high floor to end my life”.
Thao Tam’s story and feelings when facing depression for the first time will probably explain some of the psychological slices of today’s youth, the hidden memories of GenZ – a generation that seems to be full of emotions. , but full of loneliness in the vast online world.
In addition, a sharing from an expert, social activist with many years of experience in supporting young people facing depression, is also the heart of a mother when her own child is diagnosed with depression. feelings and a 6-year journey with her child to treat.
Series of 6 videos eBox Juvenile Depression Conducted by VnExpress online newspaper, it will provide knowledge for parents about depression in adolescents and the risk of depression at this age.
At the same time, the consultation and live interaction on Livestream with the speakers will help parents have an objective, multi-dimensional perspective, understand the nature of adolescent depression and its terrible effects. to each individual and family. Thereby, timely support their children and relatives when there are signs of emotional disorders, depression.
The eBox Adolescent Depression will be premiered on May 16 and May 17, including experience sharing videos from speakers, and a live-streaming livestream with viewers scheduled to take place on May 18.
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