• The change at the beginning doesn't effect me so much but when the days get shorter, it does. I think it has to do with the lack of sunlight. It's called Seasonal Affective Disorder.
  • Yes, I do, I think it is a combination of bad weather and getting sick.
  • No, I tend to get excited. I love the cooler seasons!
  • I love the fall!
  • Yes,more so when the winter months come though,seasonal depression hits many people. Cute avatar pic,too!!
  • no i get happy --> heat drains me. +5
  • I love the fall season, but it means that winter is right behind. I hate winter, more for the shortened days than anything else.
  • I don't look forward to it, but I don't let it get to me. Fall colors are some of the most amazing there are. I miss the summer, but I also appreciate great summer days more because of the changing seasons. Embrace the winter sports and don't stay inside all the time. Take up cross country skiing or snowshoeing. Snowshoeing, as nerdy as it sounds is kind of cool. You can go anywhere across the snow and it gives the legs a good workout. Plus on a sunny day the sun reflecting off the snow is so bright it picks you up a little. I'm a big hockey fan and I enjoy the winter olympic sports so it gives me something to look forward to. Then spring comes along and makes it all right.
  • Not at all. I love the fall and it excites me, the changing of the seasons. I love the colors and the air is so snappy.
  • Nope. Fall/Autumn is my favorite time or year.
  • Sometimes I'll get depressed when I look back and realize that I didn't take advantage of the summer enough. Th thing is that I look forward to autumn weather.
  • No,quite the opposite. I love fall/winter the best.
  • nope. i get stressed. i love fall and winter, especially here in Oklahoma because summer can get ridiculously hot, but fall is when classes start back up. i havent seen my best friend in a month because in between her full time class schedule part time work and my full time work and part time school, theres hardly any time.
  • the days get shorter. the kids leave and go back to school. the coolness sends me back into the house. i get the first heating bill! thanksgiving sneaks up on us, we spend time with friends and family, then prepare for christmas ... it can be a lot. seasonal affective disorder is quite common the further we are from the equator. i like the crispness of the air and marvel at the changing leaves. then, by thanksgiving, the days are so short that i do feel sometimes sad. i try to do things that make me more energized and happy.
  • It depends whether something depressing happens between those to seasons or not.
  • I do not get depressed when the season changes ,but i feel uncomfortable due to the weather.
  • Nope. I enjoy each day, whatever it turns out to be. What does depress me is having a loved one in pain.
  • Doesn't matter what the season might be,depression can hit me all year long,it just is what it is.
  • I never noticed it before until this year. I'm feeling really blue for some reason. Maybe because both parents are gone now and nobody else had invited be for the holidays. I just think it's going to be a long lonely winter. But this too, shall pass and it will be a hot muggy summer again before long.
  • No not really. It is bum when it is getting dark at 4 in the afternoon. But I think it is beautiful! +5
  • no. I find that I get majorly depressed when there is no sun at all and wintertime. i guess wintertime because of Christmas and Thanksgiving and the cold but it makes no difference between summer and fall.
  • I love the seasonal changes. My daughter has SAD but luckily I got here moved here and she is not experiencing it at all any longer. She went from grey Chicago to very very sunny Phoenix so that solved that issue.
  • I get depressed when I goes from fall to winter.
  • yes, I suffer major S.A.D. I hate winters with passion.
  • Yer. Im depressed anyway but one of my worst days was christmas day... cold weather takes it all out of me.

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