Working life can be stressful and constantly dealing with difficult people can be downright draining. You may find it hard to cope with tough situations in the workplace and end up feeling depressed and burnt out. If left unchecked, the stress will eventually take a toll on your mental and emotional well-being and your work performance and mental health will suffer as a result. Hence, instead of adopting a victim mentality, stand up for yourself and face the problem head on. Learn how to handle your emotions and turn negative situations into positive ones. It might be tough at first but things can only get better once you start feeling like you are in control.
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Text: Melissa Wong / Her World / September 2019