Feeling stressed at work is occasionally healthy—it can motivate you to the finish line of an important project, or it could even serve as a sign that it’s time for you to take time off for self-care. But you should be concerned if the source of your stress is that you’re not working. “Workaholics that cannot relax on vacation. Those people who are white-knuckling it, and becoming irritated and snappy—they’re actually going through withdrawal,” says Bryan E. Robinson, a psychotherapist in Asheville, N.C., and the author of the soon-to-publish third edition of the book “Chained to the Desk.”
No. 5: You can’t get no satisfaction.