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Dear Algorithm,

As we get into winter, I’ve been feeling kind of blue. I’m not motivated to go out and see friends, but hanging around my apartment doesn’t really make me happy either. Basically I just want to curl up in a ball and wait for spring. What should I do?

Downer in Detroit

Dear Downer,

SAD is caused by biological factors resulting from seasonal pattern, usually recurring from fall through winter, but worse, I am very, very shady. Stuck to my bed and ashamed of the fact, I make promises to friends I can’t keep; I start projects. Just the “winter blues,’ said DO, psychiatric program at McLaren Greater Lansing.

Depression is some stupid, inconvenient friend who needs a place to crash for a few months and who also wants to shit all over my floor.

In the U.S. may have no idea how it affects another person. I ask for The incidence rises along with the distance from the equator: Roughly 8% of Canadians, 10% of Britons and ashamed of the fact, I make promises to friends I can’t keep; I start projects I don’t finish; I make plans just the “winter blues?”

Many people feel sluggish and down because of the season’s unassailable black hole. I am morose and moody. Many people feel sluggish and down because of the weather, but seasonal affective disorder, or SAD make themselves not depressed by wishing or hoping.

Sincerely,

Your Friendly Neighborhood Algorithm

Dear Algorithm,

After work, I like to unwind by watching my favorite shows. The problem is, my favorite shows are all summer and fall shows. I’m very picky about my TV, and nothing I like is on in the winter. I know it’s a trivial thing to worry about, but my post-work TV is one of the simple pleasures that brightens up my whole week. What should I do?

Mopey in Minnesota

Dear Mopey,

Ask others who enjoyed your favorite actors is so strong that we miss seeing them weekly. One way of coping with this is it.” Once you’re in acceptance, you can move on and find something new.

Let it all out, publish it, and wait for other fans to find older shows that they are starring people can really dedicated to a TV series, you may experience withdrawal symptoms, ranging from denial that the show with a flurry of desperate emails or online petitions, then feeling angry about the finality, trying to convince the series. or perhaps you have to stop talking about the show.

Just because there won’t be any new episodes doesn’t mean that you have to stop talking about the finality, trying to convince the same taste, then you can quickly find another show to be of the craze.

Look for new TV shows. Be careful though, you don’t want to spend all your time watching it all over again as you like it, all from the onset. You could even schedule watching those again.

Try to find a show that is similar in style to the show you love You never know what new things you’ll realize by discussing scenes with others.

Write a blog post and leave their commiserating comments too. It can also be a good chance to note what groundbreaking or phenomenal experiences the series means to you - let it all out, publish it, and wait for other shows that your favorite TV show has come to its finale? Here are some tried and true ways to get over the blues.

If you’re really dedicated to a TV series brought to the TV world, and ponder whether this will be built upon in future TV show ends, try to move on and find something new.

Sincerely,

Your Friendly Neighborhood Algorithm