Above interview is with Adam from The Adam Paradox podcast on my experience in Pret A Manger.
We spoke about gaslighting, “shadow banning” and censorship on social media, as well as bereavement, trauma and mental health in general. I further talked about the significant timing of Pret CEO’s announcement of the £1000 Tweet for all staff. I also talked about a regular day in Pret and how staff have to cut corners, in order to fulfill the immense workload under constant pressure.
It is hard to squeeze my traumatic experience into a podcast segment, but we covered enough to get a good picture of today’s systemic stress environment for profit driven global companies.
If you struggle with suicidal thoughts and live in or around London, or know someone who struggles, please pass these links on.
Two places in London, non-judgemental and lifting the lid on this taboo subject that is the number one “killer” of men in the UK. They won’t call the police on you and are neither shocked nor afraid to hear and talk about suicidal thoughts.
Don’t remain alone, speak about it, it will take the sting out of it and lose its power after getting out from the darkness of hopelessness and despair.
Maytree (5 nights free stay with first hand experienced volunteers)
Featured in this documentary) where it is explained what exactly this charity does.
Maytree works together with The Listening Place (ambulant face-to-face support)
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