Stress at work
26th June, 20170 Comments
Do you love your job?
Yes? Well, you are in the minority. Unfortunately, according to Deloitte's Shift Index Survey, 80% of people hate their job. Granted, there are many reasons why someone might not enjoy their work, but whatever that reason is, it is more than likely impacting your health physically and emotionally.
Most people have had a job that didn't suit them, so what can you expect to experience from a job you dislike greatly?
Typically, symptoms would include becoming depressed, lethargic, loss of confidence and maybe wanting to "shut ourselves away" to protect ourselves from the feelings the job bring up. We then might seek advice from friends or family, or even recognise the need for more formal support such as seeing your GP or going to see a hypnotherapist or counsellor.
In today's day and age, where the need to work long days in order to just pay the bills, possibly leaving little to no money or free time for recreation, could be enough to cause a person to become depressed and see no light at the end of the tunnel.
It's when life gets to this point that something has to change or you could find yourself in a rut for a long time.
Balance is everything. Thinking about the saying "what we think we become", what could you change in your everyday life to bring more positivity into it? Even a walk through the park can be relaxing and enjoyable.
The law of attraction dictates what we put out is what we attract - if you are feeling negative and unhappy all the time, the chances are you will only draw more negative and unhappy events into your life. A positive mind sees more opportunity and brings about positive changes. It truly works if you couple that positivity with hypnotic visualisation and the world is your oyster!
Hypnotherapy once taught, can be a skill you utilise every day in order to switch off and go anywhere you want in the world, just by closing your eyes - the more you do it, the easier and more fulfilling it becomes!
The 20 or so minutes spent relaxing in this way, can completely change your perspective about time management and money - you may even find yourself reconnecting with long forgotten dreams that you can now pursue!
It may be worth making contact with a hypnotherapist who will teach you this wonderful way to transform your viewpoint! Because a happy, healthy mind means you have a happy, healthy outlook on life in general.
About the author
Karen Lee has always had an interest in helping others help themselves, after two years online voluntary work in a group she set up herself, she is now a qualified hypnotherapist, EMDR specialist and is studying to achieve a BSc Hons degree in psychology, looking to become a psychologist in the next few years.
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