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'Uh oh, did we get anything for the snail this year?'
Spring fever clinic
Herbal/Verbal Remedies: "Snap out of it."
"He read that these lights can help with depression..."
"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."
"The doctor said his depression will go away once spring arrives, and he stops following politics."
Tags:depression, depressed, mental health, mental state, mental states, mental illness, mental illnesses, seasonal affective disorder, january blues, winter blues, springtime, spring-time, spring time, winter depression, sad, election year, election years, political debate, political debates, disillusioned, disillusionment, voter, voters
"Cheer up! Tomorrow's the solstice, and the days will be getting longer."
Tags:solstice, seasonal affective disorder, s.a.d., seasonal depression, depression, mood, moods, mood swing, mood swings, winter blues, optimist, optimists, optimism, dungeon, dungeons, prison, prisons, prisoner, prisoners, skeleton, skeletons, jail, jails, gaol, gaols, summer solstice, summer solstices, bone, bones, sad
"Santa set up the hotline because he knows not everyone is jolly this time of the year!"
Tags:s.a.d., seasonal affective disorder, sad, father christmas, helpline, helplines, hotlines, depressed, depression, mental health, mental state, santa, santa claus, santa’s workshop, hotline, suicide hotline, winter depression, winter blues, summer depression, seasonal depression, mood disorder, mental health, depression, moods
"Oh, I'm feeling alright. My post holiday elation is cancelling out my seasonal affective disorder."
'You'll have to excuse my wife...she's solar powered.'
Tags:seasonal affective disorder, seasonal affective disorders, solar power, solar energy, weather, depression, mood swings, mood swing, mood-swing, mood-swings, bad mood, bad moods, moodiness, moody, gloomy, solar powered, solar panel, solar panels, gloom, heavy rain, overcast, uk weather, bad summers, winter blues
'I got the winter blues.'
Other things squirrels gather in the winter.
Monday: Missed the snooze ??" hit the ooze button.
"You can use Dave's cubicle. He has Seasonal Affective Disorder and won't be using it this winter. Whoa! I guess I'm wrong. There he is, hibernating under the desk!"
Tags:s.a.d., sad, seasonal, affective, disorder, seasonal affective disorder, depress, depressed, depression, winter, season, seasons, blues, winter, winter blues, hibernate, hibernation, office, cubicle, worker, staff, health, issue, issues, ill, illness, emotion, emotions, emotional, disorder, disorders, psychology, psychologic
"The winter blues are gone, but spring fever crept in and I still don't feel like going to school."
Tags:depression, depressed, spring fever, spring fevers, fever, fevers, winter blues, sad, seasonal affective disorder, mental health, truant, truants, truancy, skiving off, skiver, skivers, skived off, school, schools, skive off, playing truant, sick day, sick days, seasonal illness, seasonal illnesses
"I have a case of the Winter Ceruleans."
Tags:winter blues, sad, s.a.d., seasonal affective disorder, depression, depressed, rich women, upper crust society, upper class, upper classes, upper echelon, medical condition, bored, the 1 percent, champagne, chaise longue, entitled, wealthy person, pretentious, snob, rich woman, 1%, one percenter, one percenters, 1 percenter, 1 percenters
A not-so-bright vampire with Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Tags:vampire, vampires, seasonal affective disorder, depression, seasonal, seasonal affective depression, sad, sadness, winter, winter blues, blues, light, therapy, seasonal affective disorder light, treatment, s.a.d., mental illness, depressed, vamp, vamps, vampire myth, vampire myths, vampire mythology
"Sure! Finally it gets sunny and warm and we lose an hour! Why can't we lose an hour in February?"
"You have three weeks to live, and I'm afraid they're in Feburary."