As the days get shorter, many are affected by seasonal depression. We asked some students and a psychology specialist how you can make the upcoming months a little easier.

DARK AND STORMY: The winters in Bergen can be unforgiving. It's common to notice a change in the mood when the days get shorter. ILLUSTRATION: Kamilla Gjertine Måseide Gjernes / archive

When you live in the Nordic countries, perhaps the most prominent sign of the approaching winter is the darkness. With that, symptoms of seasonal depression may arise. If you struggle with seasonal depression, you are not alone. Tiredness, sadness and lack of motivation are things that many people are familiar with during the darker months. The lack of light can … Read More