Avoid bringing job stress home to the family

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Heading straight home with stressful work problems still on your mind may result in taking those problems out on the family, instead build in an opportunity to unwind between work and home. Valley News/Courtesy photo
TEMECULA – The lines between work and home life can easily become blurred. Such lines became even more blurry during the pandemic, when many children did not attend school in person while their parents worked from home exclusively. Such situations made it hard for everyone to differentiate between working hours and family time. Before the pandemic, many professionals had already begun to check emails while on vacation, while others fielded questions from the office on sick days. Stress comes with the territory for many working professionals, and that stress has the potential to trickle down into family life. According to the Australian Psychological Society’s “Stress and Well-being Report,” 31% of people cited work as a leading cause of stress. In addition, 92% of all serious
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