We all have those dreams of ditching the daily grind and running off to a tropical island while a magical bank account generates us millions. But the experts have other news: Evidence shows that most of us are better off mentally and physically when we're employed. Striking the right balance of work, rest, and play in a supportive workplace is the best bet. But that can be easier said than done.
Anyone who has endured a nightmare job will know the dread that creeps in on Sunday afternoon as you prepare for another week of walking on eggshells around a difficult boss or the exhausting expectation to regularly stay late. Regardless of whether your stress is due to an insurmountable workload, an uneasy office environment, or a manager that specializes in put-downs, it's a situation that can eat away at your confidence and self-esteem, and even become demoralizing. Continue reading.
Originally posted on First for Women.
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