The season of spring is here and with it comes a host of new emotions. Some people love this time of year, but others find themselves feeling overwhelmed or even depressed because of the changes that take place in their bodies and minds as spring progresses into summer. If you’re one of those people who dread the change from winter to spring, don’t worry! We’re here to help you understand what’s happening inside your body and mind so that you can cope with any emotional challenges better.
We are in like a lion, out like a lamb
You’re a lion, people. You’ve been hibernating for months and now you’re ready to roar. You want to run around and jump on things, but you also want to curl up in a ball and hibernate some more.
You’ve got spring fever! It’s okay; we all do. In fact, it’s normal for people who are prone to seasonal affective disorder (SAD) or just generally sensitive souls like yours truly–and even those who aren’t–to feel their moods shift with the weather as winter gives way to springtime warmth and light. The transition can be tough on our bodies too: suppressing your feelings during cold months means they’ll erupt once they no longer need suppressing; the same goes for repressing anger when tempers flare because of long winters spent indoors with others who aren’t always easygoing or understanding (I’m looking at my family here).
The good news is that there are ways we can help ourselves through this tumultuous time period: exercise regularly; eat well; get enough sleep; practice mindfulness techniques like meditation or journaling until they become second nature; go outside whenever possible!
Seasons change, so does our mood.
Spring is a time of year when we experience many emotions. It can be a time of renewal and rebirth, or it can be a time of sadness and loss. The weather may change from cold and dreary to warm and sunny, but our moods don’t always follow suit.
Spring brings with it many different types of feelings: happiness, excitement, and joy; fear, sadness, and despair; anger at those who hurt us in the past; love for those who stand by our side no matter what happens next in life’s journey.
The emotional impact of changing seasons.
As the seasons change, so do our emotions. Spring is a time of great transition and renewal. It’s also a time when many of us experience emotional chaos and disruption–but it can also be one of excitement and joy!
Spring is an especially emotional season because it marks the end of winter and its associated feelings, such as sadness or loss. You may have been missing your loved ones who live far away or feeling lonely without them during this period; now you’re finally able to see them again! Or perhaps you’ve been holding onto some anger over something that happened last year around this time–and now that it’s over (or at least fading), your emotions are returning to normal levels again too!
Either way: welcome back springtime!
How to support yourself during the spring transition.
In order to help you make the most of this time, we recommend you do the following:
- Get enough sleep. Sleep is when your body and mind work through the day’s stresses and gets ready for a new day. If you don’t get enough sleep, it can make it harder to cope with stressors throughout the spring season. Make sure that you have time for naps if necessary!
- Eat well and exercise regularly! Eating healthy foods will keep your energy up so that when challenges arise, they won’t feel as overwhelming or difficult as they could otherwise be without proper nutrition in place beforehand (and after). Exercise releases endorphins which makes us feel happier overall–and who wouldn’t want more joy in their life? 🙂
If possible try heading outside during daylight hours whenever possible too since vitamin D helps regulate our moods by lowering levels of serotonin which affects how depressed we feel at any given moment.”
Spring can be a time of emotional chaos and disruption, but there are ways to get through it that will make you feel better
Spring may be the season of renewal, but it can also be a time of emotional chaos. If you’re feeling a little off-kilter and out of sorts right now, you aren’t alone! Spring is a time of emotional transition for many people–the warm weather brings on feelings of excitement and anticipation as we look forward to warmer days ahead. But spring also brings with it some unexpected challenges: cold weather lingers longer than usual; flowers bloom but don’t last long; animals are born before they die and our bodies go through changes (like increased allergies) as well as new growth spurts that bring about feelings of inadequacy or insecurity about how we look or act around others.
We all experience these kinds of changes differently depending on our individual personalities, backgrounds, and experiences. For example: if someone grew up in an abusive household where their parents were constantly fighting each other then one might expect this person would have trouble adjusting when things start looking up at home after years spent under stressful circumstances–and vice versa! But regardless of how each individual reacts during this period in time, there are ways to get through the next few months without getting too bogged down by negative emotions like anger or sadness…
Spring is a time of great change and upheaval. It can be a time of emotional chaos, but there are ways to get through it that will make you feel better. The key is to pay attention to what’s happening in your body and mind so that you can find ways to support yourself during this transition period.