Workaholism: The Addiction of This Century.
“Work is worship”, “the more you work the more you earn” certainly these are not only proverbs to pass on to generations but have been practised for centuries. Long working hours and working hard for livelihood have been common in practise in almost every century but there must be no such terms to define these practises. The term workaholism has been coined in 1971 by Wayne E. Oates with the definition “uncontrollable need to work incessantly” and identified as an addiction very similar to gambling, sex, and alcoholism. Oates further explains a workaholic as “a person whose need for … Continue reading Workaholism: The Addiction of This Century.