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The Deadline or the Sword of Damocles

Unfortunately, the term “deadline” has become overused today, similar to the word “stress.” Both words are just a big doughnut increased by our own fears. “Everything is stressing me”; “I’m stressed because I am waiting at the traffic light, because I cannot find a phone number, because the restaurant bill …

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The Choices of the Modern Woman: Family or Career?

As a psychotherapist, I have heard many life stories of successful women. Thus, I learned that unlike the fairy tales from childhood in which everything ends happily with no one suffering, in real life, things are more complex. Often, women are forced by circumstances to make decisions that affect their …

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Career Vs. Relationship: How Compatible Are They?

At times, a career can come in conflict with family values. Sometimes the company brainwashes the employee, filling their mind, time, and thoughts and eventually invading them completely, including one area in which, at the beginning, the employee wanted to start and build everything – the family. “Since he was …

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The Monday Syndrome

“Tomorrow is Monday. I don’t believe it. I have to go to work again. My head hurts just thinking … How good it would be if there were no Monday! Why not start the week on Tuesday or some other day?” Why are there so many people today who think …

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The Workaholic: Between Normality and Pathology

A workaholic is a person addicted to work and, like any addiction, it hides a personality disorder, depression, anxiety or trauma. I will first expose the psychotherapist point of view: although the people in the situation described above are uncomfortable receiving an accurate assessment of their situation by a psychologist, …

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