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FEATURE


HEALTH IN THE WORKPLACE


‘If your brain isn’t functioning, if you can’t think, if you can’t control your emotions and you can’t control your behaviours, then maybe it’s time to ask for help’


Are you getting angry or upset more often? Do people


comment that you’re not like you used to be? If so, then maybe it’s time to get a little help.


5. ASK FOR HELP This is so obvious and so crucial that it should really be the only tip you need, but it’s also the last thing most people do. Many people see soldiering on as a sign of strength and it


is, but... not if you’re in such distress that you’re causing yourself more damage by pushing on. If your leg was hurting so much you couldn’t walk, would


you assume you can sort it yourself or would you seek medical advice?


If your answer is “I’d try and sort it myself” then you really


do need some help! If you’d seek medical advice, then I’d like you to apply the same principle to your mental health. If your brain isn’t functioning, if you can’t think, if you can’t control your emotions and you can’t control your behaviours, then maybe it’s time to ask for help.


6. RINSE AND REPEAT If you need help go back to the first tip and… do one thing! Working on your mental health doesn’t have to be


complicated. It’s often about repetition to create new and more helpful habits. Keep going and keep it simple to make those changes stick.


52 business network October 2020


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