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Why The Third Monday In January Could Be The Most Depressing Day Of The Year

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Why The Third Monday In January Could Be The Most Depressing Day Of The Year

Why The Third Monday In January Could Be The Most Depressing Day Of The Year

The holidays are over, New Year’s resolutions have been broken, and you can’t seem to shake your cold.

Tired and overwhelmed, or just downright depressed?

You're not alone.

Blue Monday — typically the third Monday of the new year — is called the most depressing day on the calendar.

This notable date was first published in a press release by psychologist Dr. Cliff Arnall.

Arnall devised a literal mathematical formula to arrive at the Blue Monday theory.

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