1. For people with seasonal affective disorder, winter isn’t just colder and darker. It’s also generally the worst.
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2. You have just about no energy to get anything done.
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3. And even when you do, it ends up being in vain.
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4. So you just sit there feeling stuck.
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5. Occasionally, you might try to take advantage of ~winter~ things:
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6. While you wait for the first signs of spring, and the depression to lift.
7. There are days where HOPE IS NOT LOST!
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8. But really, the Earth is just like, “lol gotcha.”
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9. Seriously, that cold weather has got to go .
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10. And eventually it does, making it really hard to contain all your excitement.
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11. You probably have no idea what to do with yourself. So you do all of it.
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12. It’s almost like a veil has lifted.
13. That it’s probably related to climate change is only slightly concerning.
14. Because you feel freeeee.
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15. Warmer weather is on its way and you are here for it!
16. … Or so you thought.
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17. Because it turns out seasonal depression might not be so ~seasonal~ after all.
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