Today is 'Most Depressing Day of Year': Study

by Sheela Philomena on  January 6, 2014 at 2:04 PM Mental Health News
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This Monday is the most depressing day of the year, say researchers.
 Today is 'Most Depressing Day of Year': Study
Today is 'Most Depressing Day of Year': Study

Researchers for protein drink Upbeat analyzed two million tweets that were posted in the last three Januarys, and found that it was a day when people break their new year's resolutions, the New York Daily News reported.

The study also found that people, who are unhappy with their love lives, look for a new partner and those unhappy at their work place consider switching.

The first Monday of the month also sees record posts about feeling guilty, being tired, eating too much, being broke or wanting to quit the UK for warmer climate.

According to relationship experts, the strains of festive family get-togethers coupled with alcohol could lead to marriages crumbling.

IllicitEncounters.com also sees a 25 per cent increase in activity after the festive break.

Source: ANI

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