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Category: Work Addiction

Work addiction, also known as workaholism or burnout, is becoming increasingly more common. It can have significant impacts on a person’s mental health and their family. People often associate work addiction with people who work long hours, but the term actually describes people who feel compelled to work, and who may experience feelings of guilt, shame, avoidance, anxiety and disappointment related to their work.

Those who have work addiction also often attach their self-worth to their work and use it as a means of masking feelings of inadequacy, fear of intimacy and other addictions.

Our blogs below examine work addiction, common underlying causes, and the skills and strategies to help you live a happier, more balanced life.

The realities of relapse

 Recovering from an addiction – whether it be from drugs, alcohol or a behavioural process – quite often involves at least one incidence of relapse. In the early days of […]

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