Coping with Job Search Burnout

Job searching can be frustrating, demoralizing, and even dehumanizing. Dealing with constant rejection, jumping through hoops, and trying to say just the right things to impress potential employers can wear you down. You may even want to give up searching completely. But there are strategies to help overcome feelings of disappointment. A few tips and Read More …

Highly Sensitive Persons: Self-Care Tips for Stressful Times

Highly Sensitive Persons (HSP’s) can become easily overwhelmed by day-to-day activities. According to psychologist Elaine Aron who coined the term, HSP’s may be sensitive to loud noises, bright lights, and busy environments. If you’re easily bothered by things that don’t seem to affect others and you’ve often been told that you’re “too sensitive”, you may Read More …

How to Cope with Academic Burnout at College

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Crying at Work: Prevention and Coping Tips

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Signs the Job is Wrong for You

Staying at the wrong job for too long can have lasting consequences, including mental and physical health issues. A bad job can also negatively impact your personal life and career success. The problem most people have is differentiating between normal and unhealthy work issues. Being unhappy and stressed is so commonplace that we don’t know Read More …