25 Feb '13, 9pm

Seasonal Affective Disorder and the Power of Positive Self-Talk #lawyerology

Seasonal Affective Disorder and the Power of Positive Self-Talk #lawyerology

Every winter, after the excitement of the holidays I hit a lull in my training. The early winter months, November and December, are great. The cool weather and even, gasp, snow are a welcome novelty. The first run in ankle deep powder is more like a frolic. I feel like a little kid as I bundle up with excitement to play in the snow. Come February, however, I’m over it. I’m tired of forcing out runs in the snow and ice, taking my life into my hands each time I try to cross an icy road. I’m tired of bundling up in everything I own and dealing with the cold and wind. Most of all I’m tired of the gray. Blah. I’d rather sit inside and bake cookies. Sound familiar? If so, you are not alone. Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, affects a half million people each year, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Interestingly, women are more likely than men to suffer fro...

Full article: http://www.irunfar.com/2013/02/seasonal-affective-disorde...

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