Just Cuz You’re Single Don’t Mean You Can’t Be Happy! 4 Ways To Beat The Winter Blues

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January 8, 2013 ‐ By
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From YourTango

One day in December, while I was working with a client, he came clean: “I don’t like working in the winter,” he confessed.

For those of us who find solitude energizing, winter is heaven’s cousin: the perfect excuse to stay inside with ten great books, a lot of paper and a lot of pens; coffee’s optional. For others, winter means misery. Especially for singles, the cold months can be particularly lonely and frustrating.

If you find yourself feeling moody, argumentative, irritable or annoyed during the winter, maybe you are just S.A.D. Seasonal Affective Disorder is a well-researched condition that affects many individuals between 15 and 55 years of age. Its symptoms are very similar to clinical depression, except they are triggered by the environmental changes experienced when we go from the fall season to the winter solstice.

Read more at YourTango

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  • SMHgurl24

    Seriously these kind of articles are pathetic and insulting to single people. Just because you don’t have a mate doesn’t mean your a depressed, isolated person (and if you are I suggest getting your life together) and almost every mn article about being single always has some negative undertone in it.