If your mood is as gray as winter mornings and you feel as if you’re living the lyrics of a blues song, it may help to shed light on your daily life. An estimated 16 million Americans experience Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) as the hours of available daylight are reduced in winter.  Seasonal Affective Disorder is a form of depression that is highly treatable, according to Steve Kopp, Ph.D, family counselor and director of Genesis Psychology Associates, Davenport. Compounding the symptoms of SAD this year is the COVID-19 outbreak. As we stay inside more and are anxious about the virus, there... Read More