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How I learnt to talk to my parents about mental health

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Many of us spend more time at work than with our friends or families. I am one of them. It’s always been important to me to find a workplace where I feel included, to work with people I like and to feel a sense of job satisfaction.I have been working for over half my life in different industries.

I have had my fair share of stress, burnout and experienced toxic workplace cultures. Common contributors have included being overworked, feeling uncertain about expectations from management, feeling excluded with co-workers, pervasive office gossip, or struggling in communicating my own boundaries.

Bullying is a real problem in the workplace, and it can decrease your sense of psychological safety. This can result in significant problems such as reduced self-esteem, increased susceptibility to mental health symptoms like anxiety, and higher rates of burnout. “How was I going to tell them my parents I was more irritable than usual?

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