Blue Monday

The day is "unscientific" and "trivialises" mental illness, experts tell HuffPost UK.
I deny the trend that now is the time I should feel blue. You should do the same.
Mental health problems cannot be “fixed” by holidays in the sun or any kind of “retail therapy"
I’m calling time on this bizarre annual tradition of punishment
The suicide prevention charity is encouraging the nation to talk over a cuppa.
  January is here, a new year and as the festivities fade into memories. We can be left with the January hangover. The weather
Mondays are hard enough, but the one just gone was 'Blue Monday'. According to some it is the most depressing day of the
It's Blue Monday, a name given to a day in January (typically the third Monday of the month) reported to be the most depressing day of the year and the worst month for suicides.
A clever stunt if you think about it, because what is the one thing people are craving in January? A holiday! So whilst their profits are going through the roof, the rest of us are expected to mope around, full of negativity because somebody, somewhere, decided that today has to be a bad day.