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1/18/19 1:24 P

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Great Question, Bea!!

I agree with you we have to fake it until we make it. Acting upbeat leads to being upbeat.

I keep as active as possible. Living in the Northeastern US we do not have much sun in the winter but I take advantage (for a few minutes) when the sun appears.

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1/18/19 12:06 P

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January is half over and we are a middle of winter. Are you affected with seasonal depression, often common in the winter months where there is little or no sun? If so, how do you deal with it and how do you boost your mood. If not, how can you help someone that is having that problem?

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For me, it seems the older I get, the more I'm more affected in winter when there is little or no sun. Our valley is often fogged in for weeks, while just 15 miles away its clear skies. I try to smile every day. Even the act of smiling can boost your mood or call a friend. I'm a little house bound this year because of my foot, but I'm beyond the time of sacking out on the couch, so I remain as active as I can. All this helps.


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