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Grieving child won't get happy
Here's the background story: Sopphola was the happiest of all my family however she died suddenly from no illness aged 59. I was extremly supprised that Zulu her husband who she always argued with was depressed as well. Currently her only child vulcano is depressed. Nothing I can do will cheer him up. I don't really care about Zulu I just need vulcano better.
Answer from: EvaNeedsToKnow
If you have enough money, I suggest you go into their profile, click upgrade and get him some treatment for his depression. If you do, he will most definitely be happier. BTW if your kid is depressed, he will not be depressed in next gen.
Answer from: Cara279
They are probably depressed beacuse sopphola died. Just keep vulcano happy, mwke sure all her other bars are up (health, fed, energy) make vulcano play, watch tv and get her mind away from soppholas death, and if you have emough money, buy her the thing to overcome depression... and dont use the red glove too much!
Answer from: Awesome Sauce!!
Buy depression cure
Answer from: Virtual Dreamer
Sweetypie, I agree w/what everyone above said, but something I've done when someone's happiness bar does not come up..block them somewhere, behind a couch, dead spot ect..give him/her the green hand constantly until it reads he/she is elated. Only thing is w/this is if it's a child,move fast, really fast while doing it because every action they do will show on their bar while your doing it, even the bad ones, ie..jump on bed, rip books, throw rocks and so forth. By going super fast your not praising them for any of their bad behaviors. Have found this to work really well with no bad side effects, just happiness. Good luck..
Answer from: Swiftie1
Aww, that's sad... Sorry for your loss. I suggest you get a movie for a TV for them to boost their happiness. Also give them lots of candy, praise them lots (not all at once) and let them do things they like and not do stressful things around the house such as: jobs, housework or things they dislike. The adult could tickle the child or read them a story. Also, the child could play with some toys. Or upgrade them with the depression thing! Hope this helped. xxx