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Re: Evening Metaverse Apr 1, 2020, 21:22
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I picture the ones saying that working from home just cannot be exhausting are the same as those telling depressed people to just "cheer up"...

I'm diagnosed with a generalized anxiety disorder, which means going out is more exhausting for me than staying in, but my wife has been working from home for almost 2 weeks now after being in an office job....

For me, I'm perfectly fine with this stay at home setup because of my feelings to being out and about, but my wife is very much stressed over this. Like Beamer and Blue stated, it's all about the routine being so out-of-whack and how mentally exhausting it can be waking up, walking to the table, sitting down for 8 hours, then walking a whole 2 feet to be "off work" without the ability to have the cooling-off period of, say, a commute.

She's found ways to manage this by basically making the dining room table her 'office' and treating it as such, but it's still difficult to keep the mind from wandering so much when you're in the same place 24/7.
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