Tis the Seasonal Affective Disorder

We usually associate the doldrums of seasonal affective disorder with the winter months. But for some, summer can be the depressing season.

+ When you get down about the weather, remind yourself that it could be worse. We could be experiencing (another) rainstorm of asteroids that would melt the Earth and boil the oceans. (On the plus side, that would almost certainly wipe out the Sharknado.)

+ If you want to improve your mood and your health, you might want to move closer to trees. “New research says the closer you can live to trees, the better off you are.”

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