The change of the seasons symbolizes not only weather shifts, but also transitions in life patterns. For example, in the winter, white stuff falls from the sky and visions of sugar plums, midnight shopping, holiday gatherings, and adding items to “to-do-lists” dominate one’s mind. For the fall, the appearance of yellow buses, pumpkins, and notebooks signify the end of lazy days and the start of a more structured schedule.
These shifts can provide challenges for many. For those with additional mental health issues and special needs, they can be especially trying.
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