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Is it OK to cry in the office?

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The workplace is a space where professionals dedicate a significant portion of their lives. It’s only natural for emotions to arise amidst the pressures and challenges encountered.

This blog post aims to address the question: Is it acceptable to cry in the office? We will explore the dynamics of emotional expression in professional settings and shed light on the evolving attitudes towards this topic.

  1. Embracing Emotional Authenticity: Recognising and accepting emotions as a part of the human experience is crucial. Authenticity in the workplace promotes open communication and a supportive environment. Crying can be a genuine response to stress, frustration, or personal matters, and expressing it appropriately can foster understanding and empathy among colleagues.
  2. Compassionate Work Cultures: Creating a compassionate work culture is essential in understanding and accommodating emotional expression. Progressive organisations recognize the importance of mental health and well-being, encouraging employees to address and manage their emotions…

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About Craig Hill

Social Justice Campaigner, Writer, Teacher and Business Consultant. Lived in China and USA. Dealing with disability. My articles have been cited in New York Times, BBC, Fox News, Aljazeera, Philippines Star, South China Morning Post, National Interest, news.com.au, Wikipedia and many other international publications. Please consider donating, to support our social justice campaign, by clicking on the "Donations Page" button in the top menu.


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