Fall is here and winter is just around the corner. With the winter season we get shorter days, it's colder, and there is usually less sunshine. Due to these changes some people tend to feel a drop in their mood. This is also known as "Seasonal Depression." Guy Winch Ph.D., a contributor writer for Psychology Today, says there are 10 signs you can look for that might point to seasonal depression.
During the winter season it is a known fact that most people experience mood changes. We are currently in the last few weeks of winter and it good to know if what you are feeling is just a bad mood or something a little more serious.