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December to January.
"You seem depressed."
"How about a drink for a harbinger of spring?"
"It could be post holiday depression, but then, I got really nice gifts."
Spring fever clinic
'Here is my absence note. I had Spring fever.'
"Let me take a wild guess...you're concerned about seasonal affective disorder."
"You have Seasonal Affective Disorder, but your Attention Deficit Disorder will have you up and around in no time."
"He suffers from post-holiday elation."
'I know what you're up to, and it won't work.' Delbert P. Munson: Spring Fever's toughest nut to crack.
"I'd like to get back to the city before the leaves turn against us."
"Oh, I'm feeling alright. My post holiday elation is cancelling out my seasonal affective disorder."
Seasonal Affective Disorder
"What a beautiful day..."
"Is it still a seasonal depression. If it has started in winter but has been going on throughout every season for the last four years?"
"Research shows that the festive season can trigger depression in some people."
"Yes, I'm somewhat depressed, but seasonally adjusted I'm probably happy enough."
"Well, the good news is that Seasonal-Affective Disorder isn't typically terminal..."
"All this cloudiness is really bringing me down."
"He read that these lights can help with depression..."
"Fall makes him sad."
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas.
"Talk about post-holiday depression - I don't have a thing to do for nearly a year."
"I'll never understand grown ups. They make you go back to school the day after New Year, then wonder what causes post-holiday doldrums."