The Huffington Post By Carolyn Gregoire 06/18/2013
If you’re stressed at work on a daily basis, you’re not alone: job-related stress in America is on the rise, with more than eight in 10 US workers saying that their jobs are stressing them out. Our unsustainable definition of success has created a culture of burnout, and it’s taking a toll on our well-being, creativity, productivity and corporate bottom lines.
And when it comes to getting through each workday with less stress, changing the way we work may begin with changing the way we think about work. Reframing our perspective can play a significant roll in reducing tension and anxiety, according to Dr. Frank Ghinassi, associate professor of psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh.
“Our emotions start with our interpretation of events,” Ghinassi told the Huffington Post. “It’s not so much the facts that drive what we feel, it’s what…
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