According to the Mayo Clinic, Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression related to changes in seasons — SAD begins and ends at about the same times every year. For most, symptoms of SAD begin in the fall and continue on through the winter months. Less commonly, some find that their symptoms show up during the spring and summertime.
Accept that failure is going to be part of the process, often. They are your lessons. Learn them.
Set your vibe and be responsible for the energy you bring. You control your mood, no one else.
Work on building strength within the self. If you are solid internally, external influences have little impact.
We are resilient and capable of great things, so when facing adversity, adapt, adjust, realign. You find strength through your greatest battles.
Your perspective can change the entire experience. If you come with expectations that are...
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