The ‘Sunday Scaries’ Are Way Milder for People Who Live Here
One survey even honed in on the exact time on Sunday when many Americans start to feel dread about Monday. Here's what we should learn from less worried parts of the world.
Naiylah Warren, LMFT, Therapist and Clinical Content Manager at Real
David Tzall, Psy D, a clinical psychologist in Brooklyn, NY
Paige Rechtman, LMHC, a psychotherapist based in New York City
Tricia Wolanin, PsyD, an American psychologist living in France
Meagan Turner, an associate professional counselor in Georgia
Lindsey Konchar, a licensed graduate social worker
Adam Goulston, PsyD, MBA, and organizational psychology scholar
SWNS: "Study: Majority of Americans come down with a case of the 'Sunday scaries' every week"
Forbes: "Sunday Scaries: Anxiety Of Facing Another Work Week"
World Economic Forum: "These countries have the best work-life balance"
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development: "Countries With the Worst Work-Life Balance"
US Travel Association: "Paid Time Off Trends in the US"
Euronews: "Four-day week: Which countries have embraced it and how's it going so far?"
Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics: "The effect of SMS notifications on time preferences"