Can Faking Emotions Lead to Excessive Drinking?

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If you spend your day dealing with people where you have to be happy and pleasant, studies show that after the end of a long day you are more likely to drink. Employers should know that If they are making people rise to the occasion, their employees are going to experience more burnout and you might have a higher turnover rate. To combat emotional labor, psychiatrist Dr. Domenick Sportelli shares you should think about the meaning behind your job, and to make sure you have some autonomy during your day.

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