Reaching for new heights can make SAD sufferers feel glad

On the Trail

 Around this time of year a condition nicknamed “SAD” often upends the well-being of sensitive souls.
For some of us, myself included, seasonal affective disorder may be triggered by having to surrender the bountiful light and warmth of summer days.
Each fall I fall prey to this blues-inducing syndrome. This year, I’ve discovered something that gives my spirits a boost, and that is to get high.
No, I’m not suggesting what you may be thinking—drugs or alcohol—but literally getting up to the ...

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