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Keeping alone (keeping to self) is a common topic in parents’ descriptions of two conditions: Depression and Anxiety.
For kids diagnosed with Depression, Keeping alone (keeping to self) is one of five symptoms related to Sadness, Anxiety, and Irritability according to Sleuth parents. All of the symptoms of Sadness, Anxiety, and Irritability among kids with Depression are:
Other symptoms or behaviors to look for with Keeping alone (keeping to self)
When parents mention Keeping alone (keeping to self) they also mention these other symptoms:
|Symptom||Frequency||Number of mentions|
|Angry behavior||Often||4 mentions|
|Frequent crying||Often||3 mentions|
|Sleeping a lot||Often||3 mentions|
|Being irritable||Sometimes||2 mentions|
|Lining up, stacking, or organizing objects||Sometimes||2 mentions|
Characteristics of Keeping alone (keeping to self)
How common is Keeping alone (keeping to self)?
Across kids of all ages represented on Sleuth, 36.27% of parents surveyed by Sleuth say their kids have Keeping alone (keeping to self).
Percentage of kids with Keeping alone (keeping to self) by year of age
This is based on a survey of 1034 children on Sleuth. The plot shows the percentage of parents who rated their child’s Keeping alone (keeping to self) “Moderate”, “Severe”, or “Very Severe” among kids in different age groups.
|Outcome||Percent of Children||Total Mentions|
|A Few / Several Times|
|Severity||Percent of Children||Total Mentions|
|Not at All|