sunday night blues
I could make of my time what I wanted, free of warped expectations or fears of how I should be feeling or what was coming next. No longer was my fixation on crossing the Monday-to-Friday monkey bars. It didn't have to be, because it didn't matter what day it was. It was today, and nothing else mattered.
The first day of the workweek doesn't have to be dreadful.
Now is a great time to ramp up your career reinvention efforts and reflect upon what would gratify you in a career. If this is not the career you ordered, it's time to jumpstart your professional reinvention so you can regain control and thrive.
In my practice, it is extremely common for people to report experiencing a spike in anxiety and depressive symptoms on Sundays. After nearly 20 years of practicing as a psychotherapist, I recommend the following.
These activities don't need to be elaborate (think: watching a TV show, making a phone date with a friend or going out to
By Amy Shearn Fact (sort of): Even people who don’t work regular hours find themselves transformed into week-dreading werewolves
Before you go to sleep, identify three positive aspects about your job or day ahead. Drift off to sleep looking forward to what you like about your job rather than dreading what you don't like.