Welcome to the HealingWell Depression forum. We are so glad that you have joined us.
I am sorry that you suffer from post vacation depression. I have never had this myself. But I am glad to know that it doesn't last that long for you. And that it does go away.
I think you have a good idea about
starting counseling again. I would be interested in knowing what the counselor suggests to you to do to avoid having the depression set in.
I am sure that part of it is because you are sad that the vacation is over, but to get depressed to that much of an extreme that you do, I just don't know why. Like I say, I am just happy to know that it does go away. Do you think that something physical is going on due to travel or something? Just a thought. Though it does sound more like an emotional situation than physical.
I hope some other members come on with some ideas for you. Just being prepared for it I think helps, and trying to relax during the duration of it would help. Stay in the moment and take things one day at a time. I guess that is my advice for most everything these days. But I really do believe in staying in the moment.
Best wishes to you for a wonderful evening.
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