I know that it’s still fall, but when November arrives and Daylight Savings Time kicks in, it starts to feel more like winter.

The days are shorter now, and it is dark a lot more – in the mornings and at night.

I know that we have all the holiday celebrations to look forward to, but this time of year can be hard for some people.

The shorter days and lack of sunlight can cause seasonal depression, and you don’t have to have ADHD to be affected by it.



As women, we often carry the burden for making the holidays special, so we take on extra work, sleep less, neglect our diet and exercise goals, and just pretty much stress ourselves out.

Because we do have ADHD, we are prone to not only seasonal depression, but depression in general. Remember, ADHD never occurs alone; it always brings a friend or two to the party.

If you find yourself prone to either seasonal depression or depression, there are some things that you can do that might help.

Here is a quick list:


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