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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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.
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.
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.
TRADITIONAL BLUES ALBUM: "Charles Brown's Cool Christmas Blues," Charles Brown; "Them Update Blues," Lowell Fulson; "Chill Out," John Lee Hooker; "The Last Real Texas Blues Band featuring Doug Sahm," the Last Real Texas Blues Band featuring Doug Sahm; "Turn It On
Learner success team leader Dawn Jepson said: "Traditionally everybody feels the Christmas blues.
The post Christmas blues are always a challenge for restaurants and bars but some businesses are still performing well and these are often those that have focussed on ensuring that they understand what their customers want and deliver without fail.
Chocolate lovers don't have to suffer post Christmas blues - Caerphilly chocolatier, Castle Chocolates is now available at Tesco.
JANUARY can be a hard month thanks to the post Christmas blues and the winter stretching interminably ahead.
Just the thing to banish the post Christmas blues we think.
A COMBINATION of post Christmas blues, the miserable weather and growing economic gloom will prompt more people to call in sick today than any other day of the year, a survey from Friends Provident revealed.