Beating Holiday Depression

Did you know that for many people the most depressing time of the year comes right after the holidays? We’re all so wrapped up in getting the house decorated and the presents bought that we don’t seem to have a minute to relax. And after the holidays come and go, it’s not uncommon for a major case of depression to set in. Well, there are some things we can do to keep that from happening.

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