'Holiday Blues' are pretty common, doctors say
End-of-year blues may bring depression, doctors
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The holiday season is supposed to be a joyous time, but some people find themselves feeling blue toward the end of the year.
Doctors at The Cleveland Clinic say some people may feel down on their luck if the year didn't go their way during the year.
Others may be depressed because they can't recreate the Christmas they remember from the childhood.
Doctors advise those suffering from the holiday blues to count their blessings, big or small.
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