A few years ago I was an emotional wreck. All I could do to stay afloat was grumble and throw imaginary daggers at everything that was bothering me. I was filled with anger, resentment, pain and, worse, I was a fiery ball of negative energy who probably brought more rain than sunshine wherever I went.
Here are a few tips to make life a little brighter…
Call me crazy, but while all my late-night party friends are celebrating a win for that extra hour, I’m bemoaning the loss of daylight—at least in the late afternoon when I seem to want it the most. For most of us, there is a real and present feeling of loss that accompanies extra-hours darkness. And it seems to be the consensus—at least among individuals who suffer from seasonal affective disorder (SAD)—that less sunlight causes depression.