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How to Avoid Feeling SAD as Winter Approaches

The Month of Kislev and the Power of Light

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How to Avoid Feeling SAD as Winter Approaches: The Month of Kislev and the Power of Light

Sadness; Grief, Kislev, Winter

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Tiffany Mladinich Yucca Valley November 18, 2020

Beautiful. Thank you! Reply

Marc G Massapequa November 17, 2020

I am familiar with SAD, but what make the early winter, the holiday season, extra difficult for me is that between the US Holiday of Thanksgiving and the first week of January the holiday season is also Yarzheit season, for my mother and maternal grandmother who we lost 3 weeks apart in 2002, my paternal grandmother Dec 1995, and my dearest friend at age 47 in Dec 2018, who is responsible for me connecting with Chabad and my rabbi, and everything I have done and do, which I never really did much before, the tefillin, the learning, the davening, is in her merit, and also my aunt in the first week of January 2019. All the women in my life who I loved the most. But I do thankfully have my sister and precious nieces, nurses in a NICU unit and a cardiology unit.. Reply

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