Summer Seasonal Affective Disorder Is Real (and Here’s How to Manage It)

Depression bears an association to bleak weather, but melancholy isn’t always associated with the colder seasons. In fact, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) doesn’t only strike in the winter; it can still rear itself when the weather is warm and sunny—and it might even hit certain people harder in the summer months.

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Summer Seasonal Affective Disorder Is Real (and Here’s How to Manage It)

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