Working from home can be a welcome change, but it can also be hard on the psyche. In this episode, mental health expert Nikki Lee offers insights and recommendations for those of us who may be feeling isolated, stuck, frustrated or simply bored out of our minds.

Our conversation is full of good advice, resources and empathy. Kids? Spouses? Partner? Whether you’re a despondent extrovert who misses human interaction or a stressed-out introvert who needs a break from Zoom meetings, we’ve got you covered.

Episode Notes

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

  • A free 24-hour hotline at 1-800-273-8255
Nikki’s links:

Online self-evaluation resources:

Other stuff we talk about:

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Meanwhile…reader Victoria sent me a note and asked if I’d share it with you:

I wanted to thank you for the mental health resources you shared here. Good stuff!! I’m currently writing an essay for college about mental health at the workplace, and this was very helpful.

While looking for more relevant information, I came across this recent article:

Nowadays, at work, email is one of the most used and effective tools to communicate, yet we are not aware that this could be one of the main stress causes affecting our mental health. I’m glad that somehow the writer cared about us by letting us know a list of steps to mitigate the email-related stress.

I would highly recommend you share this with your readers as an additional resource, I’m sure you would be doing a huge favor to a LOT of them.