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Feeling inexplicably low
Feeling low since past couple of days. Crying sporadically. Cannot explain or doesn't know what's bothering her. Says no issues at school or with friends.
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Sometimes trivial matters also matter. What you feel as trivial could be very much affecting her for her age. It's OK if she feels low on some days. It can also be peer pre or comparisons by herself with others also. Give her some time she might become alright.
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If it persists then take her to a psychologist.
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Try to know more information from friends/ school. Keep a close watch to the child. 24hours supervision is advised. Comfort the child so that she can help you know the issue..
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Kindly visit a local child psychiatrist !! Best wishes !!
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Hi there, The limited information that u have shared here definitely points towards an impending  disability due to pent up psychological stress. She is not able to share her emotions probably for two reasons.  One being that she thinks ppl will judge her for sharing........ or second, that she thinks the issue is hopelessly unresolvable so no point in bothering u.
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If this is just a temporary thing and she seems to get better in coming week then it's fine... Encourage her for overcoming whatever the issue was.... But if this persists and she refuses to acknowledge this.... Then plz consider taking an appointment with a psychiatrist / psychotherapist of ur choice. They will do the rest that needs to be done.
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Please rule out any possibility of any sorts of abuse. Children often are not very open about discussing those things. Hope this helps... Feel free to connect in case of any further queries
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If this type of behaviour persists for another 1 week pls see a Psychologist or a Psychaitrist.
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