Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is a type of
depression that occurs during the same
season each year. You may have SAD if you felt depressed during the last two winters but felt much better in
spring and summer.
As many as three out of every four women will experience the short-term mood
swings known as the "baby blues" after their baby is born. But nearly
12% experience more serious and longer-lasting postpartum depression.
How can you tell the difference between the normal mood changes that will
abate, and those that could mean depression and a need for treatment? How can
you manage postpartum emotions -- whether it's the baby blues or true
depression -- in the colder, darker, and more isolated ...