Have you ever noticed that winter-themed films tend to involve frolicking in the snow, ice-skating, and kissing your one
They should know. They're 200 miles north of the Arctic Circle.
Although we like to think of the holidays as a joyous time of year, not everyone feels that way. It can be a depressing and lonely time for seniors -- especially for seniors who are separated from their loved ones. In addition, some seniors might be reminded of lost friends or family members.
For some, winter is hardly "the most wonderful time of the year."
It's not always easy to tell the difference between a festive slump and Seasonal Affective Disorder.
It's more than just the winter blues.
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By: Agata Blaszczak Boxe Published: 02/26/2015 09:54 AM EST on LiveScience But "gradually, over the years, she noted that
Breaking down the key differences between winter blues and seasonal affective disorder.