Currently are no fewer adolescents with depression. Some have more levels of depression than other teens. What causes it? A study at the University of Bristol, England found the answer.
This study found that young women who often experience depression in adolescence is triggered by a lack of time spent by him along with his father as a child.
Researchers, published in Psychological Medicine found that girls whose father lost his father at the age of 0 to five years more prone to depression during adolescence than girls who left her father when she was five to 10 years. But apparently, the same does not apply to men.