Do you ever get the winter blues?
I also get blues randomly, admittedly the sun wont stop a depression for me but it certainly lifts my spirits in okay mode and I instantly realise I've been under par or gloomy. Perhaps a sunny personality would get me through the winter though:wink:i love the winter. im partly bipolar, i get blues randomly.
I'm the same way. But I notice a change in my attitude even if it's a cloudy day. I'll feel better if the sun comes out. And I hate waking up before the dawn.I notice myself being a lot more happy when the time changes and it is i light out later...it just, makes me feel good. I hate getting off of work and it being really dark, it makes me feel like the night is over. When it is light for 3 hours after I get off of work, I just feel like I can get more done, and there is more to to the day. I always gain weight in the winter from stress eating too. :blushed:
I have urges to move to a better location for myself also, I've had this urge for far too long, but am at the stage now where I feel I am actively working towards that actualization. But where? hmmm, New Zealand perhaps? .. hell, any old dusty corner of nowhere will do.. as long as it's more compatible with my orientation than ...well here :tongue:.I suddenly have an urge to move to Queensland.
I live in the middle of the East Coast of the US. We have a nice, temperate climate, but I still can't stand the winters. I've grown up here, so I should be used to it, but I hate it. The snow drives me nuts because I don't like the idea of being snowed in, even if I spend 98% of my time in my bedroom.Where do you live Nightriser? Would you really consider moving to Austrailia?
Me neither to be honest, but New Zealand is similar enough to not be too hard an adjustment but different enough to fall in love with. Austraila is too similar, or maybe just in parts, I don't know.I'm not sure I'd move to Australia, because if I want to go abroad, I want to go where the culture is very different, like India or Japan. In Australia, the culture is probably too similar to that of the US for it to be interesting, although I don't know for sure.