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There is a responsibility on each of us to recognise symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression in our colleagues and help them

16 January 2015

We may only have inched our way into 2015, but I have little doubt that, like me, you are already back into the swing of things.

Holiday planning seems to become more of a priority each year, no sooner back in the office than seeking to escape it. That said, if the electioneers are to be believed, we are
in for a buoyant few years.

Despite the global atrocities that have dominated the headlines over recent weeks, the news channels (and those who make the news) appear to be forcing on us a renewed optimism. Britain can and will be great again! This shiny and fresh optimism sits well with our annual 'new year, new start' outlook, clinging as we are to the resolutions of last week.

Unfortunately, while the mornings (and evenings) remain dark and the sun only occasionally makes an appearance to remind us what we have to look forward to, some people find it more difficult than others to hold on to any positive tho...

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