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  1. The past several years have seen increasingly cloudy summers with most days not seeing any sunlight throughout conventional waking hours (8am - 8pm). My own experience is that I'm currently presenting with the symptoms of SAD during what we laughingly describe as "high summer". Anecdotal evidence in my area proves that many are suffering depression put down to our succession of almost sunless summer days, but their illness hasn't been formally diagnosed as SAD (mine has). Thoughts?
  2. Time for another thread. Please carry on your rants here I'm hoping to see most of you out of here by next year at least ! myself included.
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