Choose to be happy. Not making a conscious choice to live as your happiest and most blissful self, is to accept a life of stress and unhappiness; and the cost of which is ugly with 45% of Australians unfortunately suffering from a mental health condition in their lifetime.
Stress is the human body’s natural response when one is dealt with challenging situations and high levels of mental and emotional pressure. Large levels of stress over extended periods of time can cause detrimental effects on one’s mental and physical health. Today more than ever it is a major cause of mental and physical health issues, relationship breakups, productivity declines and general enjoyment of life (Health Direct Australia). Within today’s Australia it is extremely common for full-time employees to experience high levels of work-related stress, and according to Safe Work Australia; “more professionals make claims for mental stress than any other factor, and a third of these claims are due to work pressure” – this is no small issue.
Written 10th April, 2020. By Rohilesh R. Singh, GAICD -Order of Merit, Leadership Coach
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