"Sadness, worry, discomfort and anxiety are part of life and not necessarily signs of dysfunction. It’s entirely natural to feel overwhelmed—or even bad—at times. It’s evidence that we’re alive and engaged."
Valuable read from @sambmd:
“Even in a hybrid world, even in a world of work-from-anywhere, we still need to occasionally meet colleagues in person for social purposes.” @HBSWK https://hbswk.hbs.edu/item/why-business-travel-still-matters-in-a-zoom-world
The idea that we require psychological treatment to cope with every negative emotion or challenge we encounter represents a particularly noxious strain of toxic positivity. https://www.wsj.com/articles/stress-anxiety-help-therapy-f4f6537b?st=s7d2x5czaegmhy7 via @WSJ
“People like colors strongly associated with objects they like (e.g., blues with clear skies and clean water) and dislike colors strongly associated with objects they dislike (e.g., browns with feces and rotten food)” https://www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pnas.0906172107