Mental Health and Addiction - Work

Are Mondays Really the Most Depressing Day?

Surprise! A different day might be worse, but you can lighten your load any day of the week.

Are You Too Nice For Your Own Good?

Learn how to find the middle ground between being accommodating and being stepped on.

Suffering in Silence: Women and ADHD

Millions of women and girls are affected by ADHD, but they're rarely diagnosed. Learn how to spot the symptoms.

8 Easy Stressbusters

Feeling stressed out? Regain your calm with these tips.

8 Ways to Reduce Anxiety

Feeling anxious? Regain a sense of calm with these easy tips.

10 Ways to Catch a Liar

Learn how to navigate through minefields of misinformation and uncover the truth.

5 Ways to Stay Happy During the Holidays

Although the holidays are supposed to be a time of joy, they can also be a time of stress and depression. Find out how you can avoid the holiday blues.

6 Secrets You Should Never Share

Certain things are better left unsaid—especially these six bombshells.

8 Ways to Win Every Argument

These surefire strategies can help you win every debate—without losing your cool.

Workplace Romances: Yay or Nay?

Before you jump into an office relationship, ask yourself these important questions.

Are You a Workaholic?

An addiction to your job could compromise your health. Find out whether you're a workaholic, and get on the road to recovery.

How to Stand Up for Yourself

Do people walk all over you? Follow these tips to start becoming more assertive.

5 Tips for Keeping New Year's Resolutions

Want to lose weight, quit smoking, or start saving this year? These simple tips can help you achieve your goals.

5 Signs of a Procrastinator

Nearly everyone has procrastinated, perhaps putting off a load of laundry, but for some, procrastination rules their lives. Here are five reasons people procrastinate.

How to Keep Your New Year's Resolutions

Like many things in life, New Year's resolutions are easy to make but hard to keep. Follow these tips to make lasting changes.

The 10 Most Depressing Jobs

A national survey recently examined 21 major occupational categories and found that people who change diapers, tend to the elderly, and wait tables have the highest rates of depression, while the lowest rates occur among engineers, architects, and surveyors.
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