So I was reading about how some people get depressed in the winter due to less sunlight and etc., and it's an actual condition where doctors prescribe certain types of lamps to simulate sun, etc... So I was wondering if there was an opposite of that? In the winterish months, from Oct through maybe Jan or Feb, I tend to be more blissfully calm than during the rest of the year. It starts earlier, I think, like when the temp starts getting down around 50 in the evening (I live in Chicago for reference). And by contrast, I kind of don't like the summer because I'm always hot (temperature), and the sun just makes me more uncomfortable. I hate driving anywhere in the summer because even with my AC on full blast I'm always a sweaty mess when I get there. I'm not fat, I just have a very high metabolism, I eat a lot (which generates heat), and I'm high strung. All of those contribute to excessive sweating. People love to be outside in the summer doing shit and I hate it because I'm always hot and uncomfortable. But I thought of this the other night as I was walking from the grocery store back to my car and the snow was falling all around me... I like this time of year much better than the summer. Am I a freak? Or just a goth or something?