Do Relationships Differ Between Seasons?

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Ever wonder why so many people want to have a cuddle buddy during the winter and those same people can’t fathom the idea of being in a relationship in the summer? What we want in relationships differs based upon the seasons because our mood change with them.

Although some researchers have found that the weather does not have an effect on mood, some find a direct correlation between the two.

There is something called Seasonal Affective Disorder, which is a type of depression that occurs in people at certain times during the year, most popularly during the winter. The cold, dark and gloomy weather. One person, Keller and his colleagues (2005) examined the connection between mood and weather. They found that higher pressure and temperatures are connected to higher mood. Spring time was the season which encouraged the most happiness because it was relief from the previous Winter blues.

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