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#1 of 3 Old 10-07-2012, 05:00 PM - Thread Starter
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Even if you don't normally have seasonal depression, the shorter days can aggravate depression. Fresh air, sunshine, exercise can help. Taking a walk around the block in the afternoon may lift your spirits. Another idea is a full spectrum light in a special lamp that you turn on for a couple of hours in the afternoon.

This advice is in addition to whatever else you're already doing.

To all struggling with depression, whatever the cause, I sending you best wishes. You are valuable and important. Remember to take care of yourself, too!

The greater the challenge, the greater the joy.
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Yeah it happened with me, usually some seasons depresses me !!

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Thanks for this post, this is something I am really struggling with right now. My dh is encouraging me to get outside for a walk but it seems like too much effort, you know? I know it would be good for me though. Maybe I'll just sit on the balcony and catch some sun rays.

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