It’s fall turning into winter here in the U.S. That means less daylight and for many of us it can mean a dip in mood. In particular, Sundays are difficult for many people who experience what I call The Sunday Syndrome. This is not a clinical diagnosis, but a constellation of difficulties with the 4 S’s:
Some people have problems with one of these things and some with any number of the four.
It may begin in the morning on Sundays or anytime throughout the day or evening, and it may continue into Mondays. If this is something that you may experience, you can take The Sunday Syndrome assessment I created at:
There is no charge for this. You’ll need to enter your email to get the results and there may be a spam-filter code to enter. If you’re interested in taking this assessment, do so soon because it will only be available at no cost through the end of 2010.
Your results will provide a comprehensive description and if you do experience The Sunday Syndrome, some tips for managing it.