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Unread 11-02-2016, 11:23 AM
Josh John Josh John is offline
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Originally Posted by lylemcd View Post
But the weather, and amount of sunlight is changing in fall, now isn't it?

And anyone who has dealt with seasonal depression knows that this starts before winter is in full force.

Anybody who has not and who is talking out of heir butts does not know this and perhaps should keep their opinions on a matter they don't understand to their damn selves.
Thanks for writing these articles sharing your experiences and for bringing awareness to mental health Lyle! I've had major depressive disorder and panic disorder since I was a kid, and yeah in the fall and winter it gets significantly worse every year (and I live in the northeast).

As an aside, my wife is Bipolar, so as you can imagine our house can get quite 'nutty' at times between the two of us haha!
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