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SAD: How to Cope When the Gloom Creeps In

Ask An Expert – Seasonal Affective Disorder: When it’s More Than Just “Winter Blues”  As the light of summer sun fades, the days get shorter and many make their daily commute to and from work in the dark. It’s no wonder, then, that the gloom of depression can descend upon

How to Get Through the Most Depressing Day of The Year

What does the worst case of Monday blues mixed with post-holiday winter gloom get you? According to Cliff Arnall, the most depressing day of the year. Coined Blue Monday, this most inauspicious day falls on the third Monday of every January (which just happens to be tomorrow). Arnall, a psychologist,

5 Reasons Why Everyone Should See a Therapist

Canadian winters can be really difficult to get through for many people. The days are dark, the wind hurts your face, and you’re often sloshing around in wet, cold socks. A mild version of this is called the winter blues, but a more serious version has been dubbed Seasonal Affective

New Study Finds That Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) Might Just Be a Myth

As winter continues to trudge by the gloomy days become far too common; making it very difficult to like this weather. In fact, for years this crummy weather and lack of sunshine have often been held accountable for making people feel really bummed out. This is known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a mood disorder that

Reasons to Feel Better on This First Monday of January

Now that the holiday hoopla and vacations South are over, most young professionals (YPs) from across the country are probably not too overly enthused about the dark, dreary months ahead. Here are a few things that will make you feel better about the year’s first Monday