This could be a happy holiday season for each and every person, whether you’re ready for it or not. Last week, we talked about the depression that is the norm for many people, season after season. Read the article, “Not Looking Forward To The Holidays,” to get great info on how you can, or help a loved one, cope with the onset of depression that accompanies the colder weather and all the holiday traditions involved.
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This post is an extension of last week’s article. We will go into more ways to help replace those feelings of depression, or at least make them much less painful and hindering. There are many articles that discuss the different steps you can take to help release some of the stress that brings on the depression. I’ve compiled a list of suggestions from a few articles below. If you know someone who experiences S.A.D., please share this information with them. This is an especially hard time of year for approximately 10 million Americans. So let’s take one step at a time to get in a fantabulous mood… holidays or not! Here are a few activities you can incorporate into your daily routine, that can help you get over this hump: