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    No, my mood hardly ever fluctuates for any reason, but my ESTJ has seasonal affective disorder, and he has a very hard time when it the sun goes away for any length of time. He gets crabby and snappy and despondent. We acquired one of those lamps, but it didn't seem to help in a noticeable way. If I tickle him that helps.

    He's cute even when grumpy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mia_infp View Post
    He gets crabby and snappy and despondent. We acquired one of those lamps, but it didn't seem to help in a noticeable way. If I tickle him that helps.
    Haha! That's awesome you remedy him! I'd imagine it as a lot to do with you being how you are in addition to tickling him...

    Very few people can bring someone out of a bad mood...You must be one of them
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    The weather influence my mood so much. All of it is so suggestive of themes. Every little aspect of my surrounding influences my mood, too. If it's a hot afternoon and the sky is cloudless and I see a contrail, there's a feeling of isolation and drifting combined with a feeling of stifling and chaotic heat. If it's a winter morning and I see a contrail, I get a mood of dissociation and isolation. And frequently the weather just reminds me of particularly strong memories I've had in similar weather (and the themes which dominated those moments).

    The moods they create almost always make me happy because moods are interesting.

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    I am solar powered but I like cloudy days if they have mood to them, not flat grey.
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    I am solar powered, I like cloudy days only if they have some ambiance and are not flat grey.

    Mood can change in winter when my sun is absent too long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Avatar7 View Post
    Haha! That's awesome you remedy him! I'd imagine it as a lot to do with you being how you are in addition to tickling him...

    Very few people can bring someone out of a bad mood...You must be one of them
    Hehe, thanks. Sometimes it doesn't work, but usually at least one of the tricks I have up my sleeve does the job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mia_infp View Post
    No, my mood hardly ever fluctuates for any reason, but my ESTJ has seasonal affective disorder, and he has a very hard time when it the sun goes away for any length of time. He gets crabby and snappy and despondent. We acquired one of those lamps, but it didn't seem to help in a noticeable way. If I tickle him that helps.

    He's cute even when grumpy.
    Has he ever had a blood test to check his vitamin D level? Just a thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SD45T-2 View Post
    Has he ever had a blood test to check his vitamin D level? Just a thought.
    He has blood tests on a very regular basis, but I doubt they are specifically testing his vitamin D level. It's a good thought, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SD45T-2 View Post
    Has he ever had a blood test to check his vitamin D level? Just a thought.
    Most white americans shouldn't have problems with vitamin D, considering that the largest part of the US is below the 45th parallel (ofc I assume people do go outside). However, blacks might have more issues...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Avatar7 View Post
    Has your mood ever changed because of the weather?
    No, I've never personally experienced seasonal or weather-related mood changes but I have seen it happen to others so I know it's real.

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