In the past few posts, we have been discussing personality traits that are more nature, than nurture. In other words, we have been primarily discussing personality traits we are born with, as opposed to having been influenced by our environment.
We all have specific personality traits (this would be more of the “nature” parts of who we are when we think about “the nature vs nurture” influences) and we all fall somewhere on the spectrum between being more of an extrovert or an introvert.
I was deeply touched by the conversation featured with Erin Davis on The Spin last week. She spoke so generously about her experiences of losing and grieving her daughter in an unexpected way a few years ago.
Specifically here in Ontario, I believe that one of the biggest challenges of figuring out how to get help is the fact that it’s really confusing to know how and where to get it, and also, what’s the help that’s actually available.
With winter having squarely arrived in our part of the world, today we are going to discuss the Winter Blues and Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and a few tips to hopefully help with manage feeling the blues during this time of year.