Christmas is over, it’s cold and dark outside and that summer holiday seems like a world away.
Blue Monday – also known as the most depressing day of the year – has been trending on Twitter all day.
Coined by psychologist Cliff Arnall in 2004, it falls on the third Monday in January every year.
He came up with it after a holiday company asked him for a “scientific formula” for the January blues.
Unsurprisingly, there was nothing scientific about it.
Sophie Edwards, from Kent, has suffered with panic attacks and anxiety since the age of seven.
She thinks labelling one day a year can be damaging for people dealing with their mental health issues.
“I think Blue Monday is a load of rubbish to be honest – it’s just