Rachel Zupek, CareerBuilder.com
It's a Friday afternoon in the office. You're in the TGIF mood, looking forward to the weekend ahead. Fast-forward to Sunday. You're feeling a little (or a lot) depressed, dreading the thought of going back to work the next day. You've thought about calling in sick (even though you're not), you've bent the ears of friends and family about workplace issues, and you've re-lived hurtful comments or snubs from bosses and co-workers. What gives?
Many people aren't in touch with why they are feeling either indifferent or dreadful when they're at work or thinking about their work, says Steve McCann, founder of Florida-based McCann Research Corporation, an organization committed to the discovery and development of human potential.