Sunday night blues
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Sunday night blues is an acute condition, mostly affecting nine-to-five workers and students. This condition is characterized by anxiety about the week ahead and a sense of helplessness and depression. It most often occurs on Sunday afternoons and evenings. It is also referred to as "school bus blues" or "Sunday night depression".
- Anxious workers suffer Sunday-night syndrome - Article in the Boston Globe
- Singin' the Sunday-night blues - Seattle Times article
- How to Overcome the Sunday Night Blues - wikiHow page
- The End of the Weekend or the Start of Something Good? - New York Times article
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