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My Battle with Summertime (SAD)ness

By Debbie Miller Even if you’ve never been, there’s one thing everyone knows about Arizona: It can get really, really hot. There have been a few points in my life where the temperature has reached upwards of 120 degrees, but the heat has never really bothered me. Since I was born and raised here, it’s […]

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6 Tips to Help Summer Depression

Notice you’re more grumpy in the summer? Miserable in the heat, plus having kids around for 90 straight days is making you depressed? You are not alone, there are many people during the summer that feel like this, because of one thing: summer depression. Not quite as popular or known as your winter depressions, but […]

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SAD in the summer? Too much sun can give you the blues

If you’re reading this blog, you probably know what Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD is. For those that don’t, it’s when the cold, dark winter days trigger depression. But with summer at it’s peak, and across the country it’s been unbearable heat, another type of depression is getting attention, Summer SAD. Summer SAD is linked […]

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