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Feelings of depression tend to peak during the holidays. When you are feeling blue, what do you do?
I eat and/or sleep more.
 
I eat and/or sleep less.
 
I exercise more to fight the blues.
 
I talk to someone when I'm in a funk.
 
A little retail therapy helps.
 
I take a prescription medication.
 
I use natural antidepressants.
 
I do something else to beat the blues!
 
My solution is a mix of some of these.
 
What, me worry?
 

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