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Posts Tagged ‘Winter Blues’

Books to Read and Things to Watch While You Hibernate This Winter

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Books to read this winter

Cabin fever may not be here yet, but with the holidays wrapped, it probably will be soon. When you’re stuck inside and at your wit’s end, mix it up with these book, TV and movie recommendations straight from Stenzel therapists.

 


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Read: Daring Greatly by Brené Brown

If you’re not familiar with Brené Brown, this is a great first read!… Read the rest →

How to beat the “Winter Blues” for Good

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seasonal affective disorderBy Grant Stenzel, MS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Are the dark, grim winter days getting you down? Are you dreaming of sunshine? Many living in the Midwest look forward to spring. However, for the 10 million Americans who suffer from Winter Depression, warm and sunny times cannot come quickly enough.… Read the rest →

Break the Grip of Cabin Fever

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By Grant Stenzel, MS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Winter has settled in and it will be months before it releases its icy grip on our bodies…and our minds. Winter means less sunlight per day and many more hours spent indoors. The restlessness and boredom that result from being confined can make almost all of us irritable.… Read the rest →

How to beat the “Winter Blues” for Good

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Are the dark, grim winter days getting you down? Are you dreaming of sunshine?

Many living in the Midwest look forward to Spring. However, for the 10 million Americans who suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder, spring cannot come quickly enough.… Read the rest →

How to Beat the “Winter Blues” for Good

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by Jennifer Stenzel, LCPC

Are the dark, grim winter days getting you down? Are you dreaming of sunshine?

Many living in the Midwest look forward to Spring. However, for the 10 million Americans who suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder, spring cannot come quickly enough.… Read the rest →