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Overcoming Founder’s Blues: How Entrepreneurs Can Recognize and Treat Depression and Anxiety | All Business

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Mental health is a leading cause of disability in the workplace, yet 71% of U.S. adults will not contact a mental health professional. In fact, people loathe talking about mental health in the workplace, and the C-suite in businesses of all sizes is no exception.

One key reason people do not talk about their mental health is the stigma associated with it. They likely fear that they will be judged and socially discriminated against. In fact, the pressure for them to succeed is huge, and the stakes are often so high that 72% of entrepreneurs report mental health challenges, commonly referred to as “founder’s blues.” For these founders, special risks include losing their funding if they’re judged.

Source: Overcoming Founder’s Blues: How Entrepreneurs Can Recognize and Treat Depression and Anxiety | All Business

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