Leave Your Problems Where They Should Be

Do you bring your frustrations home with you when you have bad days at work? Do you snap at your co-workers because you’re having some issues back home? My advice – don’t.  It’s really unfair for your co-workers and your family members to have to be the receiving end of your frustrations when they even have nothing to do with them.

Here’s another reason – while you’re seething from anger at home because some co-worker “did you wrong”, chances are those that “did you wrong” may not even be thinking about you or they probably didn’t even intend to. Don’t victimize yourself by spending unnecessary time and negative emotions.

Life’s not perfect and we all have our problems. While it’s sometimes hard to separate our professional and personal lives, do ourselves and those around us a favor by leaving our problems where they should be.

 

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