People Are Talking About Quitting Their Jobs and Their Therapist!

My hairdresser, my therapist … A new survey found that more than half of women admit that they tell their hairdresser intimate secrets that they wouldn’t tell anyone else. (SWNS)

Do you dream of quitting your job? You’re not alone. According to new research, 40% of American workers dream about the day they can tell their boss they quit. But, for most, it’s not because they hate their jobs. 67% of those who want to leave their jobs have dreams of being an entrepreneur. And most people who want to start their own business feel their ideas can change the world. 68% believe their idea would be revolutionary for the industry. And 64% say the reason to start their own business is to pursue a passion. (SWNS)

Speaking of work … A new study found that a third of workers think their bosses don’t have the skills required for the job. According to respondents, communication was the number one skill their bosses were lacking, followed by time management issues and not enough mentoring. (SWNS)

Anger management … According to a new study, anger is worse for your health than sadness – especially for older adults. Researchers found that all that rage can lead to the risk of heart disease, arthritis, and even cancer in old age. (EurekAlert)

More reason for your daily cup (or four) of joe … A new study found that having at least two cups of coffee a day could decrease your risk of dying from cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer. Researchers found that people who drank two and a half cups of coffee every day had a 17% lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease than those who didn’t drink coffee. And those who had four cups of coffee a day had a 24% lower risk of death from diabetes. People who drank between two and two and a half cups of coffee daily had a 4% lower risk of dying from cancer. (Insider)

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