Extreme weight loss
Lack of necessary vitamins and minerals
Excess weight gain
Congnitive and behavoiral therapy
Improve a person's social life
Lead a person to abuse drugs
Help improve a student's grades
Become a source of pleasure
Substance abuse counselor
Mental health counselor
Experiences a person has as a child play no role in causing mental disorders.
Recent experiences are more likely than early experiences to trigger a mental disorder.
A tendency toward eating disorders can be inherited from a person's parents.
Excessive abuse of alcohol can damage the brain and cause mental disorder.
Depression can cause problems at school and at home.
As depression deepens, people often are unable to accomplish their daily tasks.
Depression usually lasts only a few days.
If untreated, depression can lead to substance abuse and even suicide.
He does not recognize the signs of anorexia.
He has a mental health professional working at his school.
He has many adults he can trust.
He is happy with his appearance.
Exercise as much as possible.
Deny there is a problem.
Seek treatment in a hospital.
Use diet pills.
Feeling like he has no friends.
Never knowing a person who has attempted suicide.
Feeling very hopeful for the future.
Having a mental health professional present at school.
Never having depression before
A sense of hopefulness.
A major life change.
Having no relatives with mood disorders.
A mood disorder
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Doesn't eat enough food to maintain a healthy body weight.
Displays severe disturbances in thinking, mood, awareness, and behavior.
Eats so much food he cannot maintain a healthy body weight.
Displays rigid patterns of behavior that make it difficult for him to get along with others.