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Sesonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
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Winter makes me more likely to depress, but not because of any disorder. The cold weather causes my right leg (and to a lesser degree, my left leg and left arm) to ache a lot more than usual. My family has "soldier bones" more than SAD
Posted 4/24/08
No... I don't think I have any disorder actually.....
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No I actually suffer from the reverse of that: reverse seasonal affective disorder (RSAD). I get really tired and depressed during the summer.


What is it that you don't like with the summer? Or rather, get tired of?


I can't stand the heat, and usually summer to me is rather slow-moving/dull which bothers me, and the days get longer/nights get shorter which tends to be a problem for me/is annoying because I'm a night-owl. It's a combination of a lot of things.


Ah, I understand. Well, I guess the bottom line is what you actually do with your time :p I guess I wouldn't be suffering from SAD, if I was more active (skiing, jogging etc). Pity I hold little to none interest in things like that, I'm just glad I actually got started with an activity like Ninjutsu.



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What is "soldier bones"?
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Posted 4/24/08
no nto really
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Posted 4/24/08

AHTL wrote:


saiyukilover wrote:


AHTL wrote:


saiyukilover wrote:

No I actually suffer from the reverse of that: reverse seasonal affective disorder (RSAD). I get really tired and depressed during the summer.


What is it that you don't like with the summer? Or rather, get tired of?


I can't stand the heat, and usually summer to me is rather slow-moving/dull which bothers me, and the days get longer/nights get shorter which tends to be a problem for me/is annoying because I'm a night-owl. It's a combination of a lot of things.


Ah, I understand. Well, I guess the bottom line is what you actually do with your time :p I guess I wouldn't be suffering from SAD, if I was more active (skiing, jogging etc). Pity I hold little to none interest in things like that, I'm just glad I actually got started with an activity like Ninjutsu.



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What is "soldier bones"?


Lol. You don't like snowboarding? o.O Thats quite a strange thing to dislike.

Also what type of Ninjutsu?
Posted 4/24/08
I'm pretty jovial throughout all the seasons.

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Lol. You don't like snowboarding? o.O Thats quite a strange thing to dislike.

Also what type of Ninjutsu?


Nope, it doesn't amuse me so .__.

What kind of Ninjutsu? Err... Ninjutsu is a martial arts, but if you mean what kind of school in Ninjutsu, then it's the one of the more common one: Bujinkan
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i am fine all spring and autumn, but i get really grouchy in the summer and lazy in the winter ( but i like lazing about)
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Posted 4/25/08
i cant bear temperature below 23 C
but the worst weather i ever been in was 56+ in the desert during a heatwave
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I think every person in Britain has that. It's dark for 9 months of the year, it rains approximately 150 days a year... No wonder so many people are moving to France, Spain and Portugal. Summer over here is about a week long, then it turns cloudy, then we get rain, then we get autumn weather...
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Posted 4/25/08

saiyukilover wrote:

No I actually suffer from the reverse of that: reverse seasonal affective disorder (RSAD). I get really tired and depressed during the summer.


me too
Posted 4/25/08

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I think every person in Britain has that. It's dark for 9 months of the year, it rains approximately 150 days a year... No wonder so many people are moving to France, Spain and Portugal. Summer over here is about a week long, then it turns cloudy, then we get rain, then we get autumn weather...


During the winter its a different sort of dark up north compared to another country like the UK. It may be dark and cloudy, but when you only have 3 hours of sunlight of months at a time like in the nordic countries it does start to get you down a little. I like winter but I miss the summer, specially the days when the sun doesnt set until after midnight.
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vinniesama wrote:

I think every person in Britain has that. It's dark for 9 months of the year, it rains approximately 150 days a year... No wonder so many people are moving to France, Spain and Portugal. Summer over here is about a week long, then it turns cloudy, then we get rain, then we get autumn weather...


During the winter its a different sort of dark up north compared to another country like the UK. It may be dark and cloudy, but when you only have 3 hours of sunlight of months at a time like in the nordic countries it does start to get you down a little. I like winter but I miss the summer, specially the days when the sun doesnt set until after midnight.


Hehe, I suppose I should count my blessings; I may be Danish, but I've never actually set foot in the country. And I've heard the winters there are horrible... x
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Incontrovertible wrote:

Lol. You don't like snowboarding? o.O Thats quite a strange thing to dislike.

Also what type of Ninjutsu?


Nope, it doesn't amuse me so .__.

What kind of Ninjutsu? Err... Ninjutsu is a martial arts, but if you mean what kind of school in Ninjutsu, then it's the one of the more common one: Bujinkan


Weird. Bujinkai seems interesting to say the least, its like one of those all rounder type places rather than focusing on teaching one particular thing.
Posted 4/26/08
this is a disorder that i'll have to research
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