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The Google misery index: The times of year we’re most depressed, anxious and stressed


I’m curious. Not to doubt all-knowing Goggle (certainly not on-line!), but how does this pattern match your own experience? The March bumb matches my annual itch for winter to end…

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Source: www.washingtonpost.com

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8 Comments on The Google misery index: The times of year we’re most depressed, anxious and stressed

  1. It looks like it matches up with my personal experience pretty well, although I was surprised that the Christmas period was not even higher on the scale. (It seems a lot of people I know may be fibbing about feeling depressed at Christmas.)

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  2. Interesting winter, lack of sunlight, I lived in AK for 6 years Alcoholism is rampant up there. In 1973 the Cut Rate Kid liquor store bought an entire shipment in 6 packs of one million gallons of Olympia beer. it sold in a weekend! that was 4 gallons of beer for every man woman and child in the state! I venture to say it didn’t last those who consumed it 6 months!

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  3. If Google is correct and misery is seasonal then where I’m from that graph would look very different.

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