Tag Archives: seasonal depression

Feeling “Under the Weather”—The Personal Side

I attended a funeral out of town and drove 11 hours to get there, while it rained the.entire.time. It rained that night as well, and then proceeded to rain the entire next day. As I trekked from my hotel to … Continue reading

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Feeling “Under the Weather”—The Practical Side

Have you ever been to a tanning bed? This topic came up in conversation with a friend of mine last week.  I told her I had only been to a tanning bed a couple times in my life (no judgment … Continue reading

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April Showers Bring… – The Personal Side

Years ago I was having dinner with a friend.  The time of year was spring.  I asked her how she was doing and she replied, “I have been feeling depressed”.  She shared that over the last couple years she noticed … Continue reading

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April Showers Bring… -The Practical Side

By the year 2020, the World Health Organization predicts that depression will be the second leading cause of reduced life expectancy due to suicide and to other related medical conditions, like heart disease (Preston, 2011). Depression can occur any time … Continue reading

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