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  1. Family Life
    These cold, gray, winter months can make anyone feel grumpy. But for many mamas, sadness and irritation is attributed to more than a mild case of winter blues, bringing real symptoms of the depression that accompanies Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)...
  2. Green Goods
    The cold, dark days of winter make many people feel moody, sad, angry or depressed. If you feel similar, you may have seasonal affective disorder (SAD). I learned about seasonal affective disorder a few years ago. My husband, each winter, experienced more obvious mood swings. He seemed unhappy...
  3. Green Goods
    You've probably heard that suicide rates jump over the holiday season. While researching this article, I was surprised to find that this is completely untrue. In fact, across North America, suicide rates go down during the 'most wonderful time of the year.' But the holiday blues are real...
  4. Green Goods
    Do you suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder? You may want to try some of these proactive strategies to offset effects of the winter blues. If you are like me and many others who live in areas that have long, dark, cold winters, you may have experienced symptoms of the "winter blues." I...
  5. Blended and Step Family Parenting
    We finally scraped up enough money to hire a lawyer. DH is just getting regular things done that are way overdue. they were never married, I guess they thought they could work something out without court in the beginning...but then she got on assistance so they automatically file CS. which Is...
  6. Life With a Baby
    Recently I haven't been sleeping very well so my doctor prescribed me trazadone. Not knowing how I would react to it I took half instead of a whole one. I put my 9 month son in his crib with a full bottle and went to sleep. I didn't wake up for 15 hours! My husband got up at 8, changed our son...
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