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A Therapist’s View on Why Everyone Is Resigning

It all has to do with who holds the power

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I’ve been reading about The Great Resignation and following the trend of “rage-quitting” with great interest and little wonder. As a therapist, I’ve sat with many people who feel the deep hopelessness of not being able to leave a job they hate.




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Lee McKay Doe

Lee McKay Doe

A therapist who writes about careers, fulfilment and being your true self. IG @thecareertherapist. For resources go to

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