Category Archives: Psychological Resilience

As noted in a previous post, attachment styles are persistent patterns of perceiving and participating in social interactions. • One dimension of attachment is anxiety that includes worrying about being too close as well as worrying about being deserted. Relationships … Continue reading

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Burnout is more than exhaustion. In addition to becoming tired, people lose their enthusiasm for their work. They want more distance from the expectations, obligations, and demands of worklife. A bit of distance is a useful part of constructive relationships … Continue reading

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