Depressed Woman in Yellow Dress

How to Tell if You Have Summer Seasonal Depression

When most people think of summer they think of long days of swimming, kids playing with friends, taking family vacations and trips to the beach. Most people yearn for those warm summer days with the sun shining bright accompanied by a gentle breeze. For many, it’s the ideal time of year, but that isn’t the case for all. In fact, some people suffer from seasonal affective disorder, otherwise known as SAD, with the onset of summer.