We, humans, have our individual personality traits. We have emotions, liking, disliking, choices, and many other psychological attributes with us. We tend to look for varieties. Because our brain is wired the way to follow changes in everything. In this hard time, when everyone is scared about the new novel CORONA Virus and started living a different life in home confinement, our approach towards life has changed drastically. For safety purposes, companies started allowing their employees to work remotely from home. People now can work from their own residence and attend conferences virtually by taking part in web video conferences. But many people are still not happy with this new work style. Because they feel isolated and bored. Before, those same people had problems with office culture, office politics and being physically presence in their workplaces.

But now, when they’re out of it they still are not happy with it. WHY THIS?
Do you feel stuck in life sometimes like this?

Because humans neither like doing repetitive things nor prefer to stay in the same situation for a long time. They require changes after sometimes. Doing the same thing every day over and over again affects their mood. They feel charmless, bored, and unproductive gradually. After sometimes, it can hamper health also as our mind has a direct impact on our health. So doing different things, breaking the known chained routine life after a period of time, actually keep ourselves away from being stuck with the known environment around us. Human habits can not accept anything that is monotonous. Because life itself is dynamic.


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