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Work addiction can be harmful to mental health

By Teena J Clouston, Professor in Occupational Therapy, Life Balance and Wellbeing, Cardiff University
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As a culture, we’ve come to value growth and productivity, making paid work not only a necessity, but a central concern in peoples’ lives. Yet this attitude towards work is harming us more than it’s helping, with research showing that workaholism (also known as work addiction) is a growing problem in the industrialised world.…

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