Workaholism

Workaholism
Workaholism

workaholism is an unusual word. it can be used as a source of pride to suggest someone who works too much or to suggest a disease in which a person who can work compulsively and can not stop. a closely related concept is ergo mania which may mean mania or obsession about work and the Japanese refer to this condition as karoshi and considers it crucial negative that could lead to an early death.
one of the most common ways workaholism solved is through twelve step programs based on those created for alcoholism. In this view it becomes too much work seen as an addiction that worker in any way benefits at the same time he or she can destroy other aspects of life. One of the difficulties in treating the workaholics is that it is impossible to stop work ‘cold-turkey for most people. they still have to work to earn a living so with sponsors in workaholics anonymous programs people must decide what degree of work is reasonable and what behavior constitutes workaholism. second coping strategies may exist for this condition as disease including treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder with medication and therapy.
seen from sickness or forced perspective it is certainly true that addiction to work can negatively affect many aspects of people’s personal lives. they may have next to no social life outside the work environment. other things in life that marital relationship or parents are neglected while the worker continues to work imbalance created can result in considerable unhappiness for workaholic and any family affected by workaholism in response to this it is. even programs that are similar to al -anon which helps family members of workaholics understand the condition and make decisions about how to cope with it.
in another view workaholism be seen as positive. the guy or gal who spends all his time in office always get sales going on the weekends and is willing to sacrifice personal time may be viewed favorably by employers and envied by other staff. people who spend the most time at work can have a high degree of success that helps them advance in their fields. they boast workaholism their as the key to success.
but there is something to the Japanese view of karoshi be problematic. too much of any type of activity leads to imbalance in life and work in very stressful circumstances can result in a shorter life with much greater risk for heart disease and stroke. thus about working too much or compulsively may be a case to one boast it can also contribute to a less balanced existence and one in which the worker and his or her family is deeply disturbed or emotionally torn by imbalance.”