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9 Movies and TV Shows to Watch and Beat the 'Summertime Blues'

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When you’re down, there’s a temptation to wallow in despair, listening to sad music or experiencing sad art because “misery loves company.” While sad music and art can help some people with their depression, I have a history of making poor pop culture choices — listening to music or watching movies that are particularly dreary when I am in a depressed state.

I’m not depressed right now, but the other day, I turned on episode one of the fourth season of “The Handmaid’s Tale” on Hulu, which debuted its season finale a few weeks ago.

It’s been a favorite show of mine for the first three seasons, but a few minutes in, continuing the story, I was like, “Hmmm… I don’t know if I feel like watching this; it’s really depressing.” I told my therapist

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