I personally believe that Fall is the absolute most beautiful season that we have. My spirits are lifted and I feel a joy seeing the changes of the earth. Unfortunately, this isn’t the same sentiment for many people. In fact, the Fall and Winter season causes approximately 20% of Americans to suffer from SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder). While this percentage may not be as alarming to you as it is to me, what if I told you that it mostly affects women? This is bothersome to me because most women have so many roles and are daily pulled in so many directions. Often times, women are looked upon for balance and as the person responsible for pouring into every member of their household; sometimes it’s even extended to other family members. While this may be considered a God-given blessing, what happens when those women don’t have anything else left to pour? This is what happens. Depression, guilt, jealousy, and anger becomes the norm instead of happiness, joy, peace, and contentment. Seasonal Depression is also the culprit of these emotions. There are many steps and solutions to prevent and overcome SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder). One solution may not work for everyone, so being proactive in finding the solution that works for you, is the first step. Take a look at a few of these solutions.