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Convivial Culture

Our Culture of Stress Negatively Impacts Health

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Have you ever heard a coworker boast about how little sleep they got the night before a big project was due? Or have you experienced a fellow student comparing how much time they spent on an assignment? These instances of martyrdom are common in a culture that encourages superior productivity and its subsequent stress.

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Maia D. (they/them)

Maia D. (they/them)

Creator, Convivial Culture | Professional Dabbler | Disability Justice + Mental Health Activist | "Artist" | RPG Novice | M.A. Bioethics | Cleveland, OH