Scott Cox is a Clinical Supervisor at Plains Area Mental Health.
says the most common reason people feel depressed this time of year is directly related to the stress and financial burden of the season.
says the best way to avoid that feeling is by staying connected to people that care for you.
, from Plains Area Mental Health
, says that if you're still feeling down and stressed well after the holidays, you may want to talk to a professional about Seasonal Affective Disorder. (Angela Drake, KLEM News)