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TUESDAY, July 24, 2018 (HealthDay News) Employees struggling with depression take less time off from work if they receive support and help from their managers, a new study suggests. Many people suffer depression at some point during their working lives. But they often don’t disclose their condition or seek help because they’re afraid of repercussions, according to the researchers. Supportive Managers Key When a Worker Is Depressed. TUESDAY, July 24, 2018 Employees struggling with depression take less time off from work if they receive support and help from their managers, a new study suggests.

Many people suffer depression at some point during their working lives. But they often don’t disclose their condition or seek help because they’re afraid of repercussion. TUESDAY, July 24, 2018 (HealthDay News)—Employees struggling with depression take less time off from work if they receive support and help from their managers, a new study suggests..

Many people suffer depression at some point during their working lives. But they often don’t disclose their condition or seek help because they’re afraid of repercussions, according to the researchers. Employees struggling with depression take less time off from work if they receive support and help from their managers, a new study suggests. Supportive Managers Key When a Worker Is Depressed Follow Us.

Nearly 3,000 of the workers said they were or had been depressed. In general, managers in Asian countries tended to avoid employees with depression and were less likely to offer active support than managers in other parts of the world. Supportive Managers Key When a Worker Is Depressed.

Posted by Editor Health News | Jul 23, Also, males aged 45 to 64 with medium to low levels of education were more likely than younger men to go into work despite depression, according to the report published online July 23 in BMJ Open. TUESDAY, July 24, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Employees struggling with depression take less time off from work if they receive support and help from their managers, a new study suggests. Many people suffer depression at some point during their working lives. But they often don’t disclose their condition or seek help because they’re afraid of. In managing an employee suffering from depression, you will want to show continuing support and understanding.

Continue to provide support to the employee without being intrusive. Encourage the employee to stay with the treatment and follow the treatment plan. Provide the employee with more direction if necessary. The First Step: Recognizing how Depression Impacts Work Most managers have some employees they’d like to clone and some they’d like to clobber. And, certainly, a slacker can become depressed.

Increased support from managers to help prioritise and manage workload; Provision of quiet rooms to take some time out if needed; Return-to-work plan. If someone is off work due to a mental health problem, it’s important to maintain regular communication about how they are and how they can come back.

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Supervisors should play the role of an attentive, sympathetic listener when confronted with a depressed employee.

“Human Resources Management: Text and Cases” by Rao
from Human Resources Management: Text and Cases
by Rao
Excel Books, 2007

Before notifying your supervisor, you should: A. Tell her that she will get used to her new environment soon B. Introduce her to other residents on her ward C. Not respond, but observe her for signs of depression D. Ask questions that will allow her to elaborate on why she feels this way

“Mosby's Canadian Textbook for the Support Worker E-Book” by Sheila A Sorrentino, Leighann Remmert, MS RN, Mary J Wilk
from Mosby’s Canadian Textbook for the Support Worker E-Book
by Sheila A Sorrentino, Leighann Remmert, MS RN, Mary J Wilk
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2016

In contrast, when staff members struggle with overwork and other stressors, support is recognizing the condition and helping the nurses avoid such passive coping strategies as feeling helpless or lowering standards of care in favor of active problem solving.

“Leading and Managing in Nursing Revised Reprint” by Patricia S. Yoder-Wise
from Leading and Managing in Nursing Revised Reprint
by Patricia S. Yoder-Wise
Elsevier Mosby, 2013

For example, when staff members struggle with their methods of coping with overwork and other stressors, supportive leadership behaviors include helping staff members recognize the need to avoid passive coping strategies that fuel helplessness and lower the standards of care through active, engaged coaching.

“Leading and Managing in Nursing E-Book” by Patricia S. Yoder-Wise
from Leading and Managing in Nursing E-Book
by Patricia S. Yoder-Wise
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

By remaining calm and supportive, the counselor can create an oasis for the client during the crisis.

“Learning the Language of Addiction Counseling” by Geri Miller
from Learning the Language of Addiction Counseling
by Geri Miller
Wiley, 2010

Crisis workers must also be aware of their own emotional reactions and level of comfort in helping the client through this stage.

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from Theoretical Perspectives for Direct Social Work Practice: A Generalist-Eclectic Approach, Second Edition
by Nick Coady PhD, Peter Lehmann PhD, LCSW
Springer Publishing Company, 2007

Companies can help employees reduce occupational stress by helping them develop conflict resolution skills, identify supportive resources available, engage in team building activities, participate in formal and/or informal workplace support groups, and find a mentor can foster social support within the work setting.

“Handbook of Occupational Health and Wellness” by Robert J. Gatchel, Izabela Z. Schultz
from Handbook of Occupational Health and Wellness
by Robert J. Gatchel, Izabela Z. Schultz
Springer US, 2012

Supportive teamwork leads to a supportive environment.

“Front Office Management for the Veterinary Team E-Book” by Heather Prendergast
from Front Office Management for the Veterinary Team E-Book
by Heather Prendergast
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

Consult other team members (e.g., chaplains, psychologists, patient representatives) as needed to help caregivers cope.

“Lewis's Medical-Surgical Nursing E-Book: Assessment and Management of Clinical Problems, Single Volume” by Mariann M. Harding, Jeffrey Kwong, Dottie Roberts, Debra Hagler, Courtney Reinisch
from Lewis’s Medical-Surgical Nursing E-Book: Assessment and Management of Clinical Problems, Single Volume
by Mariann M. Harding, Jeffrey Kwong, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

Middle managers in health care should also find resources to help them deal with overwhelming and emotionally draining clinical situations.

“Connecting Care for Patients” by Barbara Katz
from Connecting Care for Patients
by Barbara Katz
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2018

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  • Im proud that I’m working at age 17 but I get social anxiety I can’t stand people staring at me for a long period of time, I feel like I’m being judged and I got a stomach ache

  • I’m past my breaking point and don’t know how to start a discussion like this at work. It almost feels like an inconvenience to my already very busy managers

  • Yes but what happens when your employer doesn’t believe in mental health and when you do speak to them the tell all the staff. They make me feel like I’m using mental health as an excuse, I am a kind person but inside I feel like exploding also struggle with addiction which they are aware of and my employers and work colleagues would be fuming with me. List goes on

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  • Workplace bullying and other sorts of what I call “work hurts” are rampant in workplaces. It’s awful. Finally, there is an upward trend in awareness about this issue and better information about what individuals and organizations can and should do in response.

  • I believe accessing the required videos ‘while off ‘from work’ due to a global virus’ to be mentally challenging. The assigned videos are very interesting and provide challenge; however, the path to find the required material provides a great deal of difficulty and frustration. For example: I have spent most of the day trying to access the videos for Week 3. My supervisor sent two links to find this information; however, after accessing this information, clicking on the required links, I was met with “NO ACCESS”. Do I have a ‘virus’ or what? This type of frustration can cause a ‘ mental breakdown’ i.e. living in this computerized world in the middle of a globalized heath epidemic without technical support because we are to stay ‘six feet’ apart is more than aggravating.


  • The worlds is becoming faster, but in trades the work is almost the same now than it was 30 years ago. With the exception of some new types of tools. People expect things done faster, and with the same quality. The world expects quality and speed, and this is what stresses out a contractor. Speaking from experience here, If someone wants a job done that should take a week in a few days. Their will be a rush and that in turn takes a toll on quality. Give that contractor that full time and he will be able to provide a better quality product as well as a better attitude toward the job. We arn’t machines, we are human.

  • Love is the main principle of Islam. If you read the Quran and look at the life of Prophet Muhammad pbuh, you will see how Islam is full of peace, love, solidarity. Allah has sent thosands of prophets to announce humans that There is no God but Allah. And He has declared that Jesus was also just a prophet and The last Prophet sent is Muhammad pbuh. Quran is the unique holy book on Earth which has not been changed. Dear sisters and brothers, This world is temprorary. The real life is going to begin after death, in the hereafter. So, dont look what others say, search for the real religion, Islam. I have been a Muslim since I was born alhamdulillah. And I remember Allah and His Messenger morning and evening through a dhkir, which makes me feel full of peace and love. When you do it, you feel amazingly peace and never fear of anything. Allah protects and loves dhkir doers alhamdulillah. For Muslim brothers and sisters: and You can find the dhkir on veyselkarane. com website or follow loveofuwaysi account on Instagram. You will really live a lovely life by remembering Allah and you will Taste and See the favors of Him.

  • I quit the corporate world for the sake of my mental health. It is a waste of time to deal with toxic boss and colleagues. I do a lot of freelance job, tutoring, web development, online business, flipping houses. It can be done.

  • I am here because I am having anxiety at my work place… power hungry owners, have no apathy for their underpaid, over worked employees.

  • I loved this video and all the information that provides. I am healthy as I can but the positivity that comes from that couple is a.m.a.z i.n.g!I have been watching them since they opened their channel and when I remember him with his glasses and red hair and her with her glasses and short hair and when I see how much they have grown make me realise how much I have grown with them and around their positivity.
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  • Coming from personal experience, I totally agree.

    To send people straight to doctor and give them long day offs often doesn’t help.

    Have sincere talk with the employees, let them feel safe talking about the problem, and maybe discuss what could change, often serves better.

    A lot of time employees just need to safe place to discuss. Locking themselves in the brain is the fastest way to depression and lost of human asset.

  • Most employers are profit robots with a total disregard to someone’s mental/physical health!.they don’t like the mental health subject, because it challenges the ethos of using people for their own ends!

  • The problem is that the first resort is always to fix the person when the correct way is to fix the environment. It all comes back to money and profits. If the world was less obsessed with money and growth the issues would disappear. But given that’s a little unrealistic the next approach is for management to provide a better environment, not tell employees how to deal with stress. Fix the cause, not the symptom.

  • a great tedex i have been a victim of mental health within the workplace and it was caused by management bullies something that the tedx failed to discuss.

  • roughly 15% of the UKs labour force is selfemployed. I work in construction as a selfemployed carpenter. I’m working for less money now than I was 18 years ago doing the same work, there is no sign of a pay rise, we dont take time off for sickness wether mental or physical, purely because if we dont work, we dont get paid….I get stressed at work because I have to work harder and faster to maintain the same income I need year after year or do longer hours and miss out on family life…..ironically the HSE are a contributing factor to my stress as they implement working practises that often go against a common sense aproach to building and safety during building. The large builders I work for are all the same when it comes to building in that they MUST make their huge profit targets and more often than not rather than cutting back on waste they will reduce, freeze or hold back payment. last year I was stopped £1100 for no reason at all aswel as being layed off for three weeks whilst waiting for our site to pick up…I never received my payment and had to find work elsewhere and start the stress cycle all over again…. Ask anyone on site what stresses them out most and they’ll probably say money…this talk like many others seems to be aimed at the individual employee and how they can handle the stressful situation they find themselves in…I would say that the problem lies in the employer and it is they that need to be held to account….some questions and situations are just too big and awkward to handle alone….shame there isn’t a union you could call for each situation you find yourself in so that they could handle the problem leaving you to just do your job, and go home to your family and switch off from work….THE END.

  • So little likes and comments. Why?

    I agree, Mental health discussions and support is lacking in the workplace and I’m speaking from personal experience. I’m working to change this in my environment and hope that it becomes an ongoing trend.

  • remember remember the fifth of November masked antifa get handled like fragile kids from police tommy supporters get batons and arrested for walking down the street.

  • Guys, the Indian workplace is a horrible place to be. It’s rife with jealousy, old fashioned beliefs, rigidity, back stabbing, overwork and little to no appreciation. But this isn’t the worst part. The worst part is no one understands squat about mental health here. It’s not even a conversation, and if you bring anything of the sort up, you’ll be fired before you can bat an eyelid. Or at the very least, considered to have a serious attitude problem. And this isn’t just true of small companies in India. I work at HSBC, and you wouldn’t believe how toxic it is here. I feel companies should place a very high value on candidates who have empathy and compassion, especially for managerial positions. Because a bad manager can give you very poor self esteem, and that should be something you can avoid.

  • Just had the worst shift of my current job today, and fortunately I have a management I was able to talk to. Let’s see if that matters.

  • You give a British man manufactured artificial schizophrenia for over 10 years and you Hypocrites come up with another mental illness report.Hypocrites!Plus autosuggestions on television that no body wants.A turn off,Unwanted unwatchable and a television studio of exposure isn’t going to happen.You deliberately gave a British man manufactured schizophrenia to deliberately torture So Don’t ask god thanks.Who wants this toxic shite of a television industry in their lives?I don’t.

  • I agree with everything being said here I love Martina and Simon so much.

    But as a side note please know that too much THC can cause psychtype of issues it has been studied for a while and the high THC content and low CBD content for the marijuana that you find on the street is causing a lot of people to have anxiety issues because the CBD counteracts the anxiety that the THC can cause so if anyone’s using medical marijuana please remember that the CBD content should be a one-to-one ratio or even less than that and have more CBD and adjusted as you wanted to be adjusted until you feel comfortable because you could give yourself a panic attack by having a higher THC level and a lower CBD level.

    I used to smoke recreationally in high school here in America and only this week that I watch a video and realized this. I had no idea what had started causing my panic attacks was the fact that the THC content was going higher as the CBD was going lower and that’s why instead of helping me it was hurting me and causing lots of anxiety.

    Absolutely be mindful of this to anyone who has anxiety issues to begin with. if you have anxiety then you should not be doing high THC content you should be making sure that the CBD is higher than the THC level.

  • I know a guy who had his bike stolen in Japan… 2 times I think? so not everyone wants to follow the law:P
    anyway, thanks for this video!

  • Thanks for sharing! It was an interesting interview. I’ve been following Martina and Simon for a while and they’re amazing human begins!

  • This is the most informative, useful, inspiring talk about depression and chronic illness that I think I’ve ever heard. Simon and Martina are full of really useful tips and advice about dealing with depression. I wish I had heard “build a ladder” 10 years ago. I love these guys! Excellent interview.

  • My mom has stage 4 cancer colon cancer and the doctor told her that she might have only 2 months to live. She had surgery and took THC and CBD and is still alive a year later. Before she took it she couldn’t sleep or eat. She was so skinny and lost half her weight. THC and CBD helped her with both sleep more and eat more and now is gaining back her weight.

  • Thanks for having this discussion with Simon and Martina. I looooooove Martina’s build a ladder philosophy and it helped me change my perspective on dealing with pain (I have fibromyalgia) and being able to focus on the “outside” more. Love that you discussed also with Simon and his perspective and own challenges to be a spouse of someone with pain and depression. I really hope you can do a part 2 with this awesome couple!

  • Leaders/Managers. Managers get trained CEO’s get trained to understand your responsibility to your managers be prepared to move through your company on all levels. Not sit in your plush office. Managers on all levels know when to listen with intent, know when to “shut up”. Teach employees how to have a conversation as much as lifting a box is important. Give your employee permission to speak and employer allow that employee feel safe. I worked for a large telco company in a 24 hour call centre environment the pressure to perform to achieve expected KPI’s was overwhelming having come from a family business background going back generations,I found not only our up line managers had to meet their KPI’s as did every up line manager to the CEO as share holders were screaming out for more $’s. Even some of my work colleagues were cut throat with the way the managed to meet the KPI’s they would slag employees who actually gave a damn about the customer. I spent many hours staying back after work in my own time at odd hours to complete notes, finish off commitments I’d made to customers. I was offered counselling through a government agency the company paid for. Back in the work place everything remained the same. It was totally down to me to get control or leave. So I left 2 years before my 10 years had come around. I folded under the pressure. I take full responsibility for caving in I affected not only myself but my children, my sibling relationships…I was ready to walk out in front of a car, I was so anxious as I continued this same style of work practice in our family business…thinking the pressure would be less. Nobody nobody!!! Not doctors, family, employers, employees ever once said they thought something else was wrong. Just get on with your job.

    I had one brother I worked who knew something didn’t add up. He encouraged me to seek help. I suspect they all (including friends) thought I was have mental health problems. I went to Life Line to learn some coping strategies, budgeting strategies…That was in 2006 In 2008 after leaving the family business…I moved to a similar business going from the frying pan into the fire. That business was disorganised and an open office environment with noise noise noise. Everyone had to be responsible for their own job as well as answering phone calls or walk in enquiries if reception were busy. Chaotic to say the least. It was later that year in 2008, I was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumour. I would have thought that would have been the end of it but my children, some siblings, friends, basically couldn’t cope so they walked away. Easier to bury their heads in the sand than hold my hand through it all. At that time I was truly unhappy with the lack of support from those people but now after 11 yrs have come to understand why. Those same people still stand back as they’re now busy with their own careers pressures, family, marriages, health challenges… it’s taken me a long time to let go and lower my expectations but thanks to my mum and my brother for constantly standing by me even through their challenges. My mum helped me through put up with my challenges, pushed me along, told me off etc…now I’m helping her through her challenging health changes at 80 yrs of age. Thank you for this Ted Talk I hope owners of businesses etc listen to this important Ted Talk; learn how to put some of this into practice. Hey there will always be employees in any business that try to pump/blame the business for all their personal problems. So we as individual employees if were true to ourselves if we truly want to work for a company then you be the one rob speak to you business owner, perhaps drop some info in their in tray with a follow up note to make an appointment to discuss further. Be kind to your manager because this may be challenging for them. They might need time to consume the info. Let them take the lead on seeking support. Nothing like a boss who thinks she or he came up with the idea. Be humble and quiet with your revelation.

  • Sinon and Martina rock!!! Beeing Korean obsessed since 2009, i didn’t watch them as much after they moved but they draw me closed again cuz of the grate personality and good content. ❤❤❤

  • I love japan and the Japanese x my son and a very old Japanese friend trained our dog and she very rearly barks and she will only do that due to her medical training e.g
    if someone is not well or is about to have a fit or pass out xxx

  • CBD is very good, edibles work better than smoking x but both help you sleep and relax you x its lovely to find something that helps with the pain and doesn’t mess up your stomach x

  • Came here because I’m SUCH a huge fan of Simon and Martina and you’ve found a new subscriber! I’ve dealt with depression silently since I was a kid and I recently finally decided to deal with it head on. It’s been incredibly difficult but knowing there are people like you, trying to spread the word and let other people know that this shit is fucking hard lol. Seriously, thank you. It really helps to know that even on those dark, dark days there are amazing people in the world trying to help

  • I want marijuana for my EDS, too. It’s not legal in my state (not even medical). I’ve been taking kratom, but how it operates in the brain worries me for the long term. I just want to eat a brownie and feel better.:-3

  • Amazing! And subbed. I have just come out of a complete mental and physical breakdown. I have had for the first time in my life proper therapy (CBT and mindful eating) and want to share my story. This has just pushed me to share my experience with it on YouTube. Thank you x

  • PS re meds I only take them twice a day so if I had them more often, the sparkly medication purse would be great for day time ones.

  • Hi, really liked these ideas about being consistent (ow, that can be a challenge but such a feeling of achievement afterwards!), gratitude practice to move the negativity into positivity (so important and sometimes seemingly hard to do but a clever and effective tip) and lastly about the meds I have a piece of paper in my wallet on which is written all my meds and doses of them in case doctors need it this is easier than the rattle of taking the actual meds with me! On the paper I also have written my next of kin, doctor’s name and contact details, full medical diagnosis, allergies etc. Hope that helps. Thank you for your postings.

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  • Stop trying to make multiculturalism work BBC. It doesn’t work. Even Cameron admitted it. Cultures are self separating, autonomous, that’s what makes them cultures. They facet themselves because of irreconcilable differences of morals, religion, traditions, physical differences and language. When you squash them together you don’t get a superculture you get one culture trying to sap and overwhelm the other. Just like in a petri dish. The idea that cultures will happily coexist is utopian daydreaming, just like communism, it doesn’t account for human nature.

    1 culture + 1 culture = 0 culture.

  • Dear BBC News,
    Thank you for posting.
    Oh dear. ��
    I used to have a corporate job, I had to resign, it was far too overwhelming.��
    In June of 2000 I was at work, doing my job. I got the call my father passed away.
    I have moments of crying hard. ��
    I see families with thier dads and I never had a chance to see him much.
    Money is demanding with food, housing, water, car etc.
    In America, 5 day bereavement leave is maximum for loss of a parent, aunt, uncle or other is only 3 days.
    I keep going because I got to, my husband lost both parents.
    One died from complications from the war in Vietnam.
    We don’t discuss it in order to function.
    Thanks for reading.
    Love from Michigan USA ��
    Peace ✌

  • Tell the truth and don’t watch BBC propaganda lies.It helps prevent depression,and save £150 by not donating to the fake news channel.

  • Where’d you get your medicine container from? �� I really want one. I carry the bottles on my purse and they shake and make so much noise. I do it so that in case of emergency the doctors can see what I’m on, but that’s a neat idea

  • I was so depressed last last night ������ these past few nights actually. I thought I’d never end up in my bathroom with a knife again. I hope these tips work. I think it’s my medicine change is doing it

  • Excellent Video clip! Sorry for the intrusion, I would love your thoughts. Have you thought about Lammywalness Erase Depression Guide (do a google search)? It is a smashing one off guide for beating depression fast without the hard work. Ive heard some amazing things about it and my friend at last got astronomical success with it.

  • Nothing happening in London right now BBC? ONLY a freaking massive FREE TOMMY ROBINSON demonstration. Fake mainstream news fails to cover the truth and lets journalists, who do journalism rot in prison. Shame on you BBC employees.

  • Check the laws of Ryke Hamer, depression is the result of territory stress, right hand clapping people, left hand clapping people react with heartproblems

  • Please stop paying the BBC tv license NOW. Don’t watch BBC and don’t watch live TV you no longer have to. It’s old fashioned. watch other networks instead. Consider it do some research.

  • BBC India. Paid for by British pensioners who die of the cold in the winter because they can’t afford to put the heating on…. Coming next on the BBC “how to tackle depression when you’re hungry old and British”?


    não tem como defender o consumo de animais… cultura? você prefere trabalhar pela manutenção da sua cultura mesmo sabendo que ela está em desajuste com a realidade dos recursos do planeta? sabendo que estamos consumindo de uma forma parasitária e logo ficaremos sem o que comer?

    a cultura também está em transformação. cabe a nós que vivemos no presente analisar e fazer escolhas conscientes. se a pecuária dessa forma é insustentável eu devo procurar a minha alimentação em outros grupos de alimentos.

    eu vejo que insistem em fazer os pratos em torno de um bicho morto, sendo que isso nem faz bem ao nosso corpo. comer carne da forma que se come hoje faz mal à saúde. é muita toxina no corpo, minha gente! se todos fizermos um esforço de mudanças de hábitos podemos viver melhor e quem sabe viver mais. e quem sabe nossos descendentes também terão ainda terra para plantar…

    como que faz se estão poluindo tudo com agrotóxicos? se poluem tudo com rejeitos de mineração? se poluímos tudo com plástico? precisamos rever a forma como estamos vivendo. se eu penso que quase tudo, tudo mesmo, que compro vem em uma embalagem… uma embalagem que vai direto para o lixo… uma embalagem que quase sempre é de plástico…

    sim, criar novos hábitos… deixar o consumismo nos anos 90… entender que quase em 2020 não dá mais!!!

    não tentemos defender e incentivar o consumo de animais. vamos usar o conhecimento e a criatividade para criar uma nova culinária, uma culinária pertinente