People Break Down How They Handle Coworkers Crying At Work
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In this day and age, with the state of the world what it is... it's a miracle people aren't sobbing at every gas pump, cash register and red light.

Tears are healthy.

Unless they're being used for manipulation or a tantrum.

We release emotion with our tears.

And one of the most emotional places to be is at work.

That can be a sobfest.

So what is the best way to help in that situation?

Let's compare notes and tissue brands.

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People Debate If They'd Quit A Job To Improve Their Mental Health
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*The following article contains discussion of suicide/self-harm.

Let's face it unless you get paid to do what you love, most jobs are stressful.

And as much as we'd like to walk away from jobs that take up too much of our time and take a toll on our bodies, we toil away because it pays the bills.

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The older we get, the more friends we tend to lose. The friend circle does grow smaller, and that is not always a bad thing. Sometimes you just have to let someone who is maybe more toxic than positive go. Or maybe have someone else let them go for you… Case in point… Redditor Specific_Paint8017 […] More

Throw a little caution to the wind!

Take a risk and see what happens.

I hate all that advice because it's easy to give when it's not you facing the consequences.

Consequences should always be part of the decision-making process.

You can't escape them.

Redditor HabitualRot wanted to hear about the times people just gave in and hoped for the best. They asked:

"What was your "f**k it I'll deal with the consequences later" moment?"
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People Break Down The Bullsh*t They're Just Tired Of
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With so many stresses spiking our anxiety levels in our current climate, it's a challenge trying to pick our battles.

Ultimately, letting things slide and not sweating the small stuff are good places to start so we can get a good night's sleep.

But there are just some things that we can't stop fixating on, and it's mentally taxing.

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