Is Your Job Literally Making You Sick?

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February 11, 2011 ‐ By Erica R. Williams


Why Are You Unhappy?

Before you make any drastic changes, first get to the root of the problem. Why is your job causing so much mental anguish? If it’s your boss, figure out a way to work peacefully together. If it’s the workload, develop ways to work more efficiently (basically smarter, not harder). Before you can begin making changes, you must figure out what the issues are and what needs to be changed. And be realistic, if your long commute, working forty hours or not being able to have brunch with friends is what’s bothering you. You could be suffering from another disease called laziness.

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  • Kim

    I am definitely one of those people who can attest to a job literally made me sick. I was at my job for almost 2 and a half years and I was the 19th person to leave. I really would have liked to have had another job before I left, but having no HR, bosses and supervisors talking to me like I was a piece of crap every moment of the day, not being able to trust anyone, having my calls monitored and listened to and feeling like nothing that I ever did was good enough pushed me right out the door. I would rather work on finding something else and working on my side hustle before spending another moment in that place. I can now sleep, I'm not depressed and I no longer have that feeling of worthlessness. I don't consider myself to be a soft person, but that job did a number on me. Thanks for this article :-)