The reason you don't finish those New Year's resolutions may, ironically, have to do with you starting them at the beginning of the year.
Experts say Seasonal Affective Disorder plays a role in accomplishing goals.
The winter weather, gray skies, and either eating too much or being alone during the holidays all can affect your motivation to get things done.
"People who suffer Seasonal Affective Disorder start to lose hope that they'll accomplish it, they start to feel helpless, when they see their initial difficulty, they feel helpless to push through and acheive their goals, and then when they don't acheive their goals, that sense of worthlessness can be exacerbated," said Dr. Philip Pate.
Experts say three out of four people who suffer from the disorder are women.
It has a greater impact on younger people than older.
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