Well that's a good thing. NY does seem to have a hell of alot people to deal with, when you have SAD.
Denmark is a very happy place and also one of the safest countries in the world, but it's not all red roses. We do have many problems. We have awful service for the elderly, we are one of the worst countries at curing cancer, and our healthcare system is very, very slow with alot of waiting time for everyone. We spend alot of money on supporting your country in the Iraq war, and now we have to cut down on everything, so a HUGE amount of people have been fired and can't get a new job. It's a vicious cycle at the moment. In spite of all these things - Denmark is a wonderful place to build a life
My SAD has affected me really, really much during my teenage years, but fortunately I don't have it towards children. I bond with the children and I teach them without any problems ...
Lol, I know the feeling. Only now I've finished school, and I'm losing my mind working two jobs- unfortunately, I've developed a phobia of job interviews, so I'm still not using my degrees. But I'm actually not feeling too badly lately, just need to push myself a little more.
Haha really? I didn't mean for it to be scary. I actually meant for it to represent my inner self, screaming for salvation from all this emotional turmoil I've been experiencing lately. Glad you "like" it though, lol =)
Well first figure out the total of all your bills and necessities, then figure out how much you have left over when all of that is paid. Whatever you have left you could save a small amount of it each week or so and put it into a savings account?