February 27


Mondays Are Nonsense

By Peter Julian

Dreading Mondays is very common. On Sunday night, you might feel fear, anxiety, or hopelessness about the next day, leading yourself into a problematic spiral. However, Mondays are rarely the problem–instead, it might be something about yourself or your job that is causing this issue. If you really dread Mondays, think about what the root cause might be, and then find a way to make some changes to move yourself more towards your dreams. This will help Mondays become much better.

Key Takeaways:

  • Mondays are not a problem in it of themselves, but they are usually a reflection of how we view the coming week.
  • Sometimes the stress of a career that people do not like can make them dread Mondays, and it is import to ask if you love the job.
  • People can often chase their dreams and that will make them feel more optimistic which can help Mondays seem less stressful.

“The noise in the house was so loud, so early. I was continuously running late. I was beyond tired. I put on concealer and eyeliner under the dark cloud of Sunday regret, hoping to hide the bags under my eyes, cover up the lies of the way I was terrified about the week.”

Read more: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-doctor-nonsense/202002/mondays-are-nonsense

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