5 Best Treatments for Seasonal Affective Disorder

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Winter has arrived. It’s dark and cold. It will be dark and cold again tomorrow.

The good news is that we have made it past the winter solstice. The days are getting longer. However, January tends to be a long and challenging month for many, especially those living with seasonal affective disorder.

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Marcy Berg

Marcy Berg

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Writer. Child advocate. Counselor. Wine taster. Coffee drinker. Tea maker. Traveler. Knitter. Wannabe ukulele player.