spend the weekends pining for Monday? For most people the answer is a
resounding no, but for many, the answer may be a surprising yes.
inextricably linked to identify and self-esteem. We feel good when we're
productive and on top-of-our game. But the 24/7 connectivity that technology
offers, provides the opportunity to "produce" or work virtually non-stop.
Technology alone isn't to blame. Workers have been burning the midnight oil,
since, well, since oil, not fluorescent bulbs, illuminated workspaces.
person has so much of their identity tied up in work, putting down the
Blackberry can feel like withdrawal. We like three pieces that examine the
"married to your job" phenomenon.
For a Q &
A format that examines topics such as the differences between hard work and
workaholism and the different personality types that are prone to workaholism,
check out The New York Times "Job Market" When Hard Work
Many die-hard-workers clock long hours not
because they don't have another life, but because work is their passion. But
what happens when a job becomes the third partner in a marriage? The effects of
work on marriages receives thoughtful examination in Are
You Married to Your Work or to Your Spouse?
NPR assembles a wonderful panel
including a clinical psychologist and the author of the wryly named book, "The
Man Who Mistook his Job for a Life: A Chronic Overachiever Finds the Way Home."
for a spirited discussion.
you or your spouse married to your job? How do you prioritize work and your personal
life? Share your thoughts here and at the Pendaflex Facebook page.
by Bradley Eggers
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