7 Methods I Use to Cope With Seasonal Depression | xoNECOLE

7 Methods I Use to Cope With Seasonal Depression

Comments (8)
  1. VERY real. It’s part of the reason I moved to NC. It gets cold, but not like in the North.

  2. T.will says:

    I actually suffered from seasonal allergies my first and second winter living in San Francisco. I didn’t realize it until after the fact, until I hastily made the decision to move to San Diego (for the constant warm weather). Glad you’re sharing you story, it refreshing to here someone being honest about all aspects not just the happy times of their lives.

  3. Elle says:

    Absolutely enjoyed this article. It hit home on so many different levels. Thanks.

  4. Shanaya says:

    I appreciate this post. I’ve suffered with severe depression most of my teen & now adult years. I appreciate your honesty and attempting to help others. It amazes me how there are so many comments on celebrities lives post but one that is concerning mental health and zero comments. We need more honesty. Maybe then we will see were are more alike than different. My first time commenting on a blog post & I rant LOL

  5. Me and my husband have had this conversation often after moving from Miami to weather that’s too freaking cold. Winter time here is so depressing. Who can really enjoy themselves in the freezing cold? I never want to leave the house.

  6. Sam says:

    I can fully relate. I have struggled with severe depression and always fear a relapse especially this time of year. Could not have read this at a better time. Thank you for sharing.

  7. NM says:

    Do some nice things for random people. Be real sneaky so they never know it was you.
    It doesn’t have to be anything huge.
    A candy cane with a message saying “You’ve been nice!”
    Even if they haven’t been nice…they will think about it.


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