Christmas Blues

A popular term for depression which is most common in those who are alone—without family, friends—or otherwise ‘disenfranchised’ during Christmas, a holiday traditionally shared with family members
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The Christmas Blues will be a special service for those who feel unable to join in with the merriment of the season.
Laugh with the Big Tree Party or cry with the Remote Christmas Blues or Christmas Tree for the Yard.
His last two episodes, entitled "Labor Pains" and "White Christmas Blues," are scheduled to air this fall, the LA Times reports.
A combination of post Christmas blues, the miserable weather and growing economic gloomwill prompt more people to call in sick today than any other day of the year, a survey from Friends Provident revealed.
He backs John Popper in the 12-bar blues Christmas Blues, and goes back to his first love and first excellence by doing up the old slow blues nugget Christmas Tears.
You, like millions of others may be experiencing a bad case of the Christmas blues, also known as seasonal depression.
It is little wonder that so many people have the Christmas blues, and Boxing Day is the most dangerous day for domestic violence?
THREE tractor runs are being arranged in north east Wales to blow away those Christmas blues.
Division One leaders Northfield Advanced suffered some Christmas blues when they lost their first game to Eaglescliffe A.
A COMBINATION of too much turkey, family friction and cold wintery weather is the annual signal for thousands of people to escape the Christmas Blues by booking a bargain New Year break.
A COMBINATIONA of too much turkey, family friction and cold wintery weather is the annual signal for thousands of people to escape the Christmas Blues by booking a bargain New Year break.