Depression And Feeling Sad On Snowy Days In Winter

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We are sharing about depression and feeling sad on snowy days in the winter. The challenging feelings of being depressed, always are impacted by the snow. The seasons, impact our cognition, outlook and energy. We might feel withdrawn, isolated and confused on days with clouds, snow and cold.

The hardest part of dealing with snow, is that we cannot control the weather. We may want to shift how we feel, but looking outside creates unhappiness. Those who live with depression, may find their mood states becoming worse than usual.

We encourage you to know that you are not the only one to experience this. We’re in the belief camp, that snow and cold makes us more depressed. It has to do with a smaller amount of light and the positive mood stimuli released from the sun. There is a certain way, an area glistens on a nice day. When we remove that, it can become dark, dreary and depressing.

Our founders, are a couple with the husband living with bipolar and the wife facing depression. She understands, that rain impacts our mood. The books, written by our founder includes Beating Bipolar, The Psychology of Adult Coloring, Depression, Bipolar and Heroin, Depresion, Bipolar Y Heroina, Like Mother, Like Son and The Positive Worker: Developing A Winning Attitude At Work.

We provide online education and virtual coaching for companies and individuals. We’re happy for you to call us at (213) 304-9555. We also may be emailed at blake.levine@aol.com.

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