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As the warmth of Christmas becomes a much too distant memory, and the thaw of Spring hasn’t poked out from the bushes yet, its often a time when a heavy shouldered sadness rears its ugly head.
For sun lovers like me, a grey blanket of cloud can really get me down. Whether it’s the glow of the sun on the landscape, the warming rays on my face, or fake sun emanating from a light box, there’s nothing like brightness to lift the spirits. So, when I’m deprived of it for weeks on end, I’m one of the first people to get S.A.D., or seasonally affective disorder.
But as a cancer survivor, winter, for me, is also particularly tough. Every time I’ve been diagnosed it’s been winter. It’s cold, made doubly worse by a bald heat-radiating head. It’s miserable; I can’t even regain energy by sitting outside and taking a breath of fresh air and it never seems to end.
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