By Brooke Sager Summer is often thought of as the most carefree season of the year, filled with sunshine, beach days and BBQs. However, for many people with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a condition in which your mood is affected by the seasons, summertime is not when the living’s easy—about 10-25% of America’s 500 thousand SAD sufferers fall into their deepest depression during the summer. According to Dr.
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Getting Over Summer Sadness