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How To Manage Your Anxiety During Tough Times At Work

In some situations—a round of layoffs, a bad performance review—it's normal to worry, as long as you can still think strategically. In some situations—a round of layoffs, a bad performance review—it's normal to worry, as long as you can still think strategically. Of all the things that can make you worry at work, some of the worst are the problems you create. This is especially true when negative things happen and you find yourself waiting for them to happen again.
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