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  • Writer's pictureFelicity Baker

The Sun: Jo featured in article about bad mood

Jo contributed some valuable insights into Lucy Gornell's article in The Sun about what contributes to episodic bad mood. Factors she talks about are the impact of workplace challenges and stress, the 'always on' culture of constant connectivity and social media, worries about money or and temperament.

However, where periodic bad mood, which we all feel from time to time, tips over into days or weeks of feeling low, we need to take note. This could be a sign of something more serious such as stress, burnout or depression.

Feeling low or anxious and on edge over longer periods can contribute to chronic stress and burnout. If you feel you are heading this way with more bad days than good consider seeking some professional help. Get in touch to find out more about how we can support you with burnout.

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