WFH depression: why it happens and what you can do

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So many people want to work from home as it makes life easier. But what if it’s not making life easier? What if it’s making life more challenging?

To be 100% upfront and transparent, I’ve worked at home exclusively for the past 13 years. I have no plans to go back into the office. But sometimes, I miss face-to-face coworker interaction. While I do many Zoom meetings and meet friends for lunch, everything is so scheduled. There’s minimal spontaneous conversation with coworkers about work or what we’re watching on Netflix.

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