The often griped-about "winter blues" may not sound like something to worry about, but as the days get colder and shorter, Seasonal Affective Disorder could be infiltrating your workplace without you knowing!
Labels can be hurtful, especially if the "diagnosis" is a mental illness. We share our thoughts and experiences with armchair psychology
As prices surge, people across the globe are suffering with the emotional strain of financial insecurity, forcing many to make difficult decisions about their money
Society has long held stereotypical perceptions of how men handle their emotions. Men suffer from antiquated ideas of burying feelings, using alcohol or drugs as a coping mechanism, and even becoming physically abusive to avoid tackling the problem. Obviously, none of these methods are healthy. And perpetuating these stereotypes does nothing to help men find […]
Loneliness is a companion that many of us have become all too familiar with over the past couple of years. But one country that seems to have banished workplace loneliness is Sweden, with a tasty tradition called fika
"The new dawn blooms as we free it. For there is always light if only we’re brave enough to see it, if only we're brave enough to be it." Amanda Gorman, National Youth Poet Laureate Generally, we know the word "hope" as a feeling that things will work out or that an event or experience […]
After turning 50, Sales Manager Katie Danes vowed to challenge the silence around menopause. She shares her experience in this blog
At the height of lockdown, my routine went something like this: 3 a.m. – Woken up by one or both children. Attempt to soothe them back to sleep (sometimes this works, often it doesn't – many hours of sssh-ing). 6 a.m. – Woken up by the kids again. They're serious this time. Stumble out of […]
Some people see the glass as half full. Others see it as half empty. And then there are people who don't worry about half full or half empty – they're worried about dropping the glass. I wonder if all families and offices have a pessimist in their midst?
Crying at work is widely regarded as something of a taboo. If you're reduced to tears in the workplace, there is the very real fear that others will see you as weak, overemotional or unprofessional. And if personal issues are the cause of your distress, you don't want to feel disapproval from your boss or […]