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Happiness and hedgehogs, sadness and sunlamps

Stephen Poxon explores the impact of Seasonal Affective Disorder

Happiness and hedgehogs, sadness and sunlamps

MANY CHRISTIANS WILL REMEMBER A SUNDAY SCHOOL CHORUS OF YESTERYEAR which ran along the lines of “J.O.Y, J.O.Y, surely that must mean Jesus first, Yourself last, Others in-between”. Whatever the theological veracity of that ditty, honesty compels us to admit that numerous people who do indeed put Jesus first nevertheless live with another set of initials, namely S.A.D, standing for Seasonal Affective Disorder.

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