10 Things You Didn’t Know About Seasonal Affective Disorder

As I talk with people in my office, I hear two dominant themes when it comes to the Fall weather.

Some people love the return of the rain, ‘cus it means the fall leaves with their glorious reds and oranges are on their way, and it means people can pull out their favorite cozy sweaters, scarves, and boots, and the cooler temperatures give a good excuse for some cuddle time on the sofa with a good movie or book.

Some people dread the loss of sunshine and find the damp and cool weather means they have to really work to drag themselves out of the blues. Some people tell me it gets so bad they wonder if they might have Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD.

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