Teenage Lust

The Taste of Teen Girls

Why Teen Girls Are More Prone to Depression

Up to the age of 12 or 13, girls and boys
experience roughly equal rates of depression.

This changes dramatically by the age of 13 when
girls are twice as likely to become depressed.

This difference continues through
adolescence and adulthood.

Girls are more likely to experience
multiple stress factors at the same time.

Girls have greater emotional sensitivity.

Girls tend to worry excessively about their problems.

Girls place more importance on relationships.

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