Summer Depression is Real — How to Deal With Those Not So Sunny Days

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by Brianne Hogan | Aug 02, 2019

In the summer, people are out and about, and generally busy, which can cause us to criticize our own social life or lack thereof. “Observing family vacations, couples’ strolling in the park, and groups dining outside serve as unavoidable reminders of what may feel absent in one’s life,” Dr. Dana Dorfman, PhD, psychotherapist and co-host of the podcast “2 Moms on the Couch” tells SheKnows. “Thus, summer exacerbates feelings of aloneness. The romanticization of summer love contributes to feelings of sadness and isolation as well.”

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