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- This post is a repeat from the Stanley’s Digital blog
- It is being reproduced here because it is an important topic
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Since there’s no guarantee that textile printers will check out the digital blog (even though there’s a lot of crossover nowadays), this post is being repeated here because it is a very important topic . . .
Almost exactly a year ago I wrote about the impact of COVID on mental health as the pandemic dragged on. Well, it’s now a year later and in spite of the optimistic view of governments, it is still dragging on (there is now a concern about a possible “spring spike” in Canada).
So, it’s worth repeating the message of a year ago . . .
“The impact of stress can creep up on one, particularly over a period of continual stress as has been endured by many business owners and managers over the past year. In my chapter, Healthcare Professional, in Characters Who Can Make or Break Your Small Business, I wrote, “Even among small business owners who handle stress quite well, there are those—particularly men—who are foolishly macho about their health and seek help from a healthcare professional long after they should have, if they seek it all. Don’t be one of those people.””
It’s as valid today as when I wrote it four years ago. Don’t be one of those people.