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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
    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...
  4. Family Life
    It was January. My husband and I had left sunny California and moved all the way across the country to D.C. The days were heavy. Gray. Cold. I was homesick. I was struggling to build a new career. And then I had a miscarriage. It was one of the worst winters of my life. That was three years...
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