Family Foundations & Depression Created By: Chaucey Perrotti

Neglecting a child and not providing love and support he or she needs at a young age, depression is more than likely to occur.

Running away can become an option for a child once he or she cannot deal with the weak family foundation anymore...

Parents who take their children out to do activities show how to create a strong family foundation.

Parents who do things with their child while he or she is still young helps build up a strong family foundation.

Having fun in the sun

Smile for the Camera...

Children who are able to talk to their parents are less likely to become depressed. Parent and child relationships are important and these relationships is what determines between a strong or wek family foundation...

Credits:

Created with images by Evil Erin - "Family jump" • libertygrace0 - "Tantrum on the stairs" • @boetter - "Happy!" • Foundry - "walk stroll sun" • Traveloscopy - "Family enjoys snow fun at Thredbo" • kevin dooley - "And now I try street photography" • Nick J Webb - "Family photo in the pool" • USDAgov - "Family_dinner"

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