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January 27, 2023
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Stress, uncertainty and the medicalisation of dissatisfaction

This is a piece to mark National Stress Awareness Day, which is today. We now have a policy of not offering ourselves as an outlet for any of the deluge of comment pieces and surveys that are published each year to mark days like this. This is largely because we cover the issue year round so don’t feel the need to add to the PR feeding frenzy that they generate. Whatever you make of the findings of the these reports and others like them, even cynics would have to acknowledge they tap into an unmistakable  feeling that work is not…
Stress, uncertainty and the medicalisation of dissatisfaction

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