It is pretty well known that some extreme climates have an influence on your mood. For example in Sweden and Iceland this is linked to the lack of sunlight in the winter months.
An article today in Slashdot led me to this news story that suggests a more subtle relationship between where you live and your mood.
There are a few obvious examples of bad places to live, but what if the place is ostensibly beautiful with mountains and streams (you have to watch an advert before the news story) but you end up feeling really bummed out most of the time?
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