Throughout the centuries, writers and poets have described a phenomenon often referred to as the “winter blues.” People develop feelings of sadness, loss, and lethargy in the shorter, darker days of winter. They notice more tiredness, weight gain, and lack of interest in activities and social events.
However, some people experience a more exaggerated form of these symptoms. This condition is known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
The St. Thomas Libraries invite students, faculty, and staff to a cozy noon-hour virtual discussion, Wednesday, February 24, 2021. You’ll meet and hear our panelists: Max Crowder, Phil Imholte, and Matthew Mikesell – doctoral interns from Counseling and Psychological Services.
They’ll lead a discussion on Seasonal Affective Disorder, answer your questions, and offer some proven tips and strategies to help us all get a much needed Boost this Winter.
Be sure to REGISTER HERE. Bring any questions you may have as well as any tips that have worked for you!
P.S. You could win a door prize — and goodie bags for all!