Getting Ready for the Office

May 27, 2021

Getting Ready for the Office

Anxiety and hopelessness are universal feelings that are affecting every type of office worker.

While everyone has experienced both at some point in their lives, the looming return to our previous workplace after a year or so of working in the comforts of our home will dampen our moods and spirits. And those feelings are all valid since we are creatures of habit.


While everyone has experienced both at some point in their lives, our work ethics make it impossible for us to admit these crippling feelings and keep working. We are also taken aback when someone goes through the same situation as us but appears insignificant. Unfortunately, these situations are all too common, but they are all part of life.

Our fear and hopelessness are at an all-time high as the pandemic wreaks havoc on our nation, emotions, and mental health. It does not even help that we may associate our offices with unpleasant feelings.


However, you must understand that every rain presents a rainbow right after it stops pouring. Therefore, it is critical to find solace in the knowledge that you will triumph magnificently at the end of your trials. After all, these powerful emotions are what make you human.

If the motivational speech does not persuade you to believe the cards that life has given you, here are some actions you can do to weather any disaster. These techniques can help you see the bright side of any problematic or despairing circumstances you may encounter.

It's normal

While you may be inclined to quit your job and stay at home to keep yourself safe, you should understand that the misery you are facing is a very natural reaction to what you are experiencing. While you may be inclined to quit your job and stay at home to keep yourself safe, you should understand that the misery you are facing is a very natural reaction to what you are experiencing. If everyone in your group appears to be keeping stuff together, the likelihood is that they each have their own unique manner of dealing with going back to work, as no two experiences are comparable. Feeling guilty for not gaining a firm hold on your mood is understandable, as it always begins by suffering the most. Your distress should most undoubtedly start with intense feelings and probably some physical manifestations you were unaware of. In time, this sorrow, suffering, and setback will pass, as they are a natural part of the human experience—which are all a part of learning when you encounter the same situation in the future.

Be Brave

This is a challenging path, but it is essential for your growth. You will find yourself bargaining with any belief you hold in order to convince yourself that resigning is the only way out. This is entirely logical. However, you must remember that everyone is going through the same thing as you. Somebody out there may even be grateful for just having a job since the pandemic has taken everything away from them. How can you reasonably see what the company still has to provide you if you refuse to acknowledge that they are the reason why you have a roof above your head and three meals every day? How can you reasonably see what the company still has to provide you if you refuse to acknowledge that they are the reason why you have a roof above your head and three meals every day? While it may appear easier to stay inside your home, your other colleagues are striving towards several possibilities that can have make you a better version of yourself.

It's Necessary

While not everyone wants to go back to the office, let's be honest. It is an important aspect especially if we are not born with silver and golden spoons inside our mouths. So let us owe it to our employers to deliver the best results after a year of working from home. This would show them that you have spent your time cultivating your talents to serve the company and clients better.

We recognize that staying and lounging inside our houses has given us more freedom than we can imagine, but as the pandemic subsides, you will experience a sense of safety that you haven't experienced since 2020. We recognize that staying and lounging inside our houses has given us more freedom than we can imagine, but as the pandemic subsides, you will experience a sense of safety that you haven't experienced since 2020. Consider picking up a new pastime that requires your undivided concentration in order to shift your attention away from the looming possibility or reporting back at work. You should experiment with mental teasers and exercises to divert your attention and your brain away from the mental anguish caused by leaving the house even if you do not want to do it.

Rapidly overcoming distress is not a competition, especially that everyone is not yet ready to leave their homes for work. While some may take pride through their readiness and cheerful disposition, it is alright to not feel the same way. Additionally, there are occasions when things feel more challenging than it was earlier, despite your belief that you have progressed and loved your job. That is certainly reasonable. If you disagree, remember that you worked so hard to get where you are now. You may be feeling under the weather but the world would never stop for your wishes. That is why you must take it upon yourself to take the challenge and head back to the office. You might even find yourself enjoying the time outside of your home. That is why you should never let anxiety take the reins of your life as it causes you to miss out on a lot of things that seem bad right now, but are actually beneficial for you in the long run.

Just take the time to compose yourself. It does not matter how you do it but you must be ready to head back to the office since that is a normal part of life.

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