It may never be 'the best Christmas ever'
Last updated 12/18/2008 at Noon
The holidays are hectic for many of us. Along with the usual day-to-day responsibilities there is the added travel, shopping, cooking, visiting and making merry.
Even the most sanguine soul may feel upended during this time of year.
For people with depressive disorders or bipolar disorder, the holidays may be looked forward to with dread instead of happy anticipation.
People with mood disorders often feel guilty that they can’t manufacture the big smiles and party-time spirit that can seem to permeate the very air during this season.
Before you retreat to your bed with a pile of myste...