Friday, September 10, 2004

The New York Times > Health > Sick of Work: Cracking Under the Pressure? It's Just the Opposite, for Some

This is kind of like me.

A few excerpts from the article so that I dont gloat about myself.
"If I didn't feel like I was part of something important, I wouldn't be able to do this,"
..."They find themselves more involved in their work when it gets tougher and more complicated. They tend to think of stress as a normal part of life, rather than as something that's unfair.''
...Mr. Kuchuck has also seen the opposite: people who crave a frenzied career because they feel their childhoods were not stimulating at all.
"When you feel that you're accomplishing something, it's akin to a sense of control,"


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