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Grieving the Loss of Tradition in the Year of COVID-19

Holidays are typically a time for family gatherings, parties, and laughter. We exchange gifts, host holiday dinners and ring in a new year together. But 2020 has not been a typical year. 2020 is the year of Covid-19 and loss has become the norm. We’ve lost family members, friends, jobs, and an overall sense of …

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Feeling Blue this Fall?

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that affects people during the transition from fall to winter, usually in January and February. People may experience symptoms overlapping with major depression that can affect daily functioning. It’s thought these seasonal symptoms are caused by imbalances in circadian rhythms because of the decrease in sunlight …

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