Write A Plan on How To Accomplish Your Goals (It Will Minimize Stress)

According to the Zeigarnik effect, individuals are more likely to remember incomplete or interrupted tasks better than completed ones. The idea behind this effect is that when we aren’t given a chance to finish a task, it continues to ruminate … Continue reading

The Problem With Being “Too Nice”

According to recent research in psychology, being too nice can sometimes backfire on us. People who compulsively say “yes” to everyone’s wants and needs often experience greater levels of stress and emotional burnout; they spend all their energy trying to … Continue reading

Emotional Labor: The Role of Emotions at Work

Sociologist Arlie Hochschild coined the term “emotional labor” to refer to professions which require individuals to express certain emotions, regardless of how they feel. The idea here is that employees are often expected to display the right emotions to properly … Continue reading