Tips for Managing Seasonal Affective Disorder (by Ashlie)


Most of us have been there. As summer ends, we start down a dangerous spiral. Preparing ourselves for the colder months, isolated from others, avoiding the cold temperatures, looking out to pure darkness in the early evening, and attempting to make it through the holiday season, we face an amplified version of feeling “down”. Some of us have accepted this feeling as a temporary emotional state, searching for the light at the end of the tunnel – any sign of spring!

As fall and winter approach, our practice encourages you to try something new this season. Whether it is repainting the walls, changing up the décor in your favorite space, wearing brighter clothes, or planning a trip somewhere warm, there are ways to show up for ourselves!