How bad is your depression? If it is seasonal and transitional, there are a couple of ways that you can deal with it. This includes increasing the food that are rich in tryptophan (to increase the availability to make serotonin in the brain) and tyrosine (to increase the availability to make catecholamines in the brain). But the trick is to increase exercise output as well, because this increases the BDNF and the sensitivity of these receptors in the brain, the very key component to combat depression, seasonal or whatnot.
You might also want to use some of the aromas like with essential oil, specifically the citrus family like grapefruit, sweet oranges, tangerines. These are said to have uplifting cheering effect on your mood. It definitely smells like a ray of sunshine in a gloomy day! http://www.auracacia.com/auracacia/aclearn/eo_grapefruit.htmlhttp://www.auracacia.com/auracacia/aclearn/eo_sweetorange.htmlhttp://www.auracacia.com/auracacia/aclearn/eo_tangerineessentialoil.html
Feel better Mike.
If it's bad, then seek professional help, obviously.