Most of us occasionally need to take a day (or more) off work to recover from a migraine or a bout of stomach flu. But why do so few of us take a sick day when we’re not mentally well?
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Being busy may not always be a bad thing as long as it’s purposeful, brings satisfaction, and doesn’t leave you feeling drained or chronically stressed.
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Our smartphones are typically at our side every waking hour — so much so that a quick scroll on Instagram or a peek at email is often the first and last thing we do each day.
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The Snapclarity team came back from the 2019 HR Tech Summit energized. Discussions about leveraging technology for a better employee mental health experience resonated.
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We live in a heteronormative society in which heterosexuality and gender binary are assumed. We still face evidence of homophobia and discrimination as well as hate crimes directed at LGBTQ2 people, and some cultures within our culture remain extremely homophobic.
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PTSD can start after a traumatic event -- one where you are in danger, your life is threatened, or where you see other people dying or being injured.
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Whether it’s sleep deprivation, new responsibilities, financial concerns, or a shift in relationship dynamics — having a baby is undoubtedly a huge life change for both parents. We tend to recognize the strain and burden new mothers can face during the postpartum period, but we often discount the impact on many fathers. Between 5–10% of new fathers in the
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I started my career as a clinical manager providing mental health services for youth, and my mission soon became fixing our broken mental healthcare system.
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Thanks to technology, we live in the most connected age in history, but somehow we’re facing a social crisis from isolation and poor social connections. Vivek Murthy, former US Surgeon General, identifies the most common threat to modern public health is not cancer, heart disease, diabetes or obesity — but in fact, loneliness. Loneliness is certainly not gendered, however,
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According to a recent study from Gallup, 23% of employees reported feeling burnout at work very often or always, while an additional 44% reported feeling it sometimes. Alarmingly and not surprisingly, burned-out employees are 63% more likely to take a sick day and 2.6 times as likely to be actively seeking a different job.
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