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Posted 6/14/16
I'm pretty much happy during all seasons except winter.
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Posted 6/16/16
people are the one affecting the mood , never the season
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Posted 6/16/16
In the Spring, I feel depressed yet refreshed by all the rain that comes with it. Just depends if it's a drizzle or a storm. In the Summer, I feel restless to do things, but tire easily because of the heat. In Autumn, I feel somewhat at peace when all the leaves change colour, but when they fall, I feel more depressed. And lastly, in the Winter, I feel depressed mostly becasue I can see the sun most of the time and annoyed at the cold that comes with snow.
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Love winter - Christmas and New Year's Eve
Love fall - Halloween and Thanksgiving Day
Love summer - Fourth of July, picnics, and traveling
Love spring - rebirth, flowers, birds singing

Although usually I feel re-energized when it rains, love the smell of the earth prior, but last year it seem to rain constantly that I missed the sun. It felt that it rain two weeks straight once.
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I prefer winter and fall. I'm allergic to sunlight so summer is naturally not a good season for me.
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Posted 6/17/16

summerbeat wrote:
people are the one affecting the mood , never the season
what if seasons affecting the mood of such people?

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Posted 6/17/16 , edited 6/17/16

Freddy96NO wrote:
what if seasons affecting the mood of such people?



What if the moods of people affect such seasons? Huh? what then?
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Posted 6/17/16
i guess a slight bit but not really.
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Posted 6/18/16

Freddy96NO wrote:


summerbeat wrote:
people are the one affecting the mood , never the season
what if seasons affecting the mood of such people?



then they must learn to adapt accept and accomodate
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When I was taking my final exams at school I became depressed and put it down to the pressure. When I left school the depression returned at the same time the following year (June) which I thought was odd but as it only lasted a few weeks I just put up with it and assumed it was actually caused buy something else, maybe pollen was having some chemical effect on me. Each June it re-appeared.

I haven't had it happen for a few years now but this year it came back. In the UK we're close to the longest day I think my problem may be to do with the day length affecting phase delay in my circadian rhythms the way SAD suffers are affected by day length in winter (I'm never affected by winter SAD).
Posted 6/18/16
Hot weather makes me kind of moody if that's what you mean. Rain makes me feel relaxed and cold weather makes me tired.

As for like, legit seasons, I dunno. I never noticed so I don't really think it's a problem for me.
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Posted 6/18/16
I do feel very depressed and lethargic during winter. I have seasonal depression apparently.
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Posted 6/18/16
YES
I don't like the cold.
I might be depressed any ol' time though; you can't keep me in your little winter box.
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I'm get really irritated and easily annoyed in the summer or whenever it's hot.
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Posted 6/18/16
Nope, it never changes with the seasons.
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