I’ve heard it said that people who hate waking up actually hate their jobs. For a lot of people, this is probably true.
But for others, it could be caused by some aspect of your job bringing serious distress. And while we all have bad days, what should you do if most of your days at work aren’t good?
When you’re at work, are you stressed out of your mind? Do you ever find it hard to get through the day? If so, you might need some help with the way you deal with your thoughts and emotions in the office. This infographic has tips that can help you change your thought patterns, from curbing your negative self -alk (like beating yourself up when something hasn’t gone as planned) to doing breathing exercises so you don’t lose it when your boss isn’t being reasonable.
And if you suffer from anxiety and depression, you likely experience negative thoughts and emotions on a more frequent basis than other people, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t find joy in your work. However, if you end up going for a walk every hour to cool off, it might be time for a change of employment. Learn about ways to stay productive at work here.