Jan 28, 2014 ... "(Workaholism) destroys families and harms children, who have greater
depression, anxiety and a greater external focus of control, which ...
May 26, 1980 ... Psychologist Marilyn Machlowitz, 27, first heard the word "workaholic" when her
father called her one. The occasion was the end of her ...
Dec 10, 2014 ... A workaholic husband, on the other hand, is someone who routinely chooses to
engage in work rather than engage in family time even when ...
Workaholism means that you value work over any other activity, even when it
negatively affects your health and family, as well as the quality of your work. On
When you're with friends and family, what types of conversations do you have? If
you're a workaholic, chances are your input will almost surely be work-related.
Over time, God began to reveal why I was choosing work over my family.
What can I do about my husband's tendency to put business ahead of family life
and everything else? I don't usually care for labels, but I think it would be fair to ...
Nov 7, 2014 ... Since workaholism can be thought of in a similar way to substance addiction,
workaholics often prioritize their job over their friends and family.
May 27, 2004 ... The two areas are those of our work and our family. In our “workaholic” society
Christian men often have misplaced priorities with respect to ...
a very lonely wife married to a workaholic : A true, personal story from the ...
Neither he or myself have any family out here and I, for the most part, feel like a ...