This time of year can be especially difficult for those who are prone to Depression. Lately, I’ve noticed an influx of clients who are really depressed and struggling with the cold, dreary days we’ve been experiencing. Whether it’s Depression, Seasonal Affective Disorder, or both—it can be hard to function when the days are so short and gray. Have you ever heard of a depressed house? It’s a household that has one or more people who struggle with Depression. When even one person in a house struggles with Depression, it changes the whole dynamic of a house. So how can you help your household? When You Are the Depressed Person Depression can look very different from person to person. For some,...
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