Depression can happen at any time of year, even the carefree days of summer.
1. You're 'in the dark' -- People can get seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, in the summertime too, especially if you're cooped up a lot because of the heat or if your summer is particularly rainy and gloomy. Open the blinds, get some light therapy and talk to your doctor about other ways you can combat SAD.
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