Recently, the UK has been hit with a series of strikes. The healthcare sector, in particular, is in crisis as nurses and ambulance workers plan to stage a few more days of industrial action in the upcoming months. The costs of living are rising and workers’ efforts should be adequately compensated to reflect that. But even if the staff’s pay increases, it’s impossible to put a price on someone’s mental health. The nurse strike shows that many workers are suffering from burnout.
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Today, I have been writing about pandemic stress. As I was writing about all the factors, causes, and symptoms evolving around stress, I found so many parallels in those and the current situation in the UK.
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There are hacks for everything these days – all you have to do is Google ‘How to hack happiness’ and your screen is full of advice and quick fire tips.
Let’s talk about stress for a minute. We all get it, it’s not fun, and we never want it. I was reading 10 tips to help you cope with stress and anxiety. I found that I agreed that many of us are dealing with stress, but finding corners to cut in order to quell stress can sometimes be damaging to our true, long-term happiness.
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Everyone makes a mistake now and again, but how many of us actually learn from them?
Well guess what? It’s more than possible – and here are five steps to help you learn from your mistakes.
And once you do this you can avoid making the same ones.
It’s natural to feel scared of making a mistake, most of us tend to avoid making them. But mistakes are a part of life that can, most of the time, help rather than hinder your life.
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Have you felt agitated by something? Of course you have, who hasn’t? I want to share with you how you can use your agitation to aid your life and resolve the issues you may be facing.
Feeling agitated is naturally associated with being a bad feeling. That agitation can get in the way of feeling good.
Actually, that feeling is very important – it is there to tell you what is wrong! Think of it as passing a warning sign; when you pass it, you know to be wary and to change your direction.
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In this blog, I want to share with you 3 steps to not only deal with stress and defuse it, but to also use it to drive you forward and achieve success.
This is part 4 of my ‘How to Succeed’ series, so make sure you check that out if you haven’t already.
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