I'm consciously going to make myself very unpopular but feel I must comment on this whole idea of 'working too hard' and the effects on 'mental health'. I seriously doubt there are many people in the IT community who suffer bad mental health from overwork. Before my 42 years working in IT I studied Psychology and Sociology in undergrad and grad school days.
My sort-of-educated position is that if you think you experience bad mental health and work in IT, you most likely would have the mental health issues whether or not you work in IT. As I have earlier commented, "It's all in how you look at it".
If you convince yourself that you are working too hard this will as a result affect your general outlook. I came from a background where my parents both worked full-time jobs, worked a grain-and-livestock farm, and raised and educated three children. In late-grade school days I was getting up and doing farm chores before riding a bus to school, then coming home to do the chores again in the evening before doing my studies. In high school I was raising chickens, hogs, and sheep to fund my college education. And I did hourly work for other farmers for seventy-five cents an hour in the summer.
I definitely suffer the PHYSICAL issues of the farm life, but loved every minute of it and would not trade it for anything. A number of years ago during a psychiatric evaluation for family counseling when combining two families including four boys, our psychiatrist remarked that he had never seen someone as 'normal' as myself.
During my IT career I worked for eight different companies both large and small, held positions including eleven years as manager of a 24-hour operation where for years I was on call day and night, weekends, holidays, etc. I dealt with bad managers, demanding company owners, and co-workers who were jerks. I suffered the loss of a wife to cancer at 35 years of age and cared for two grade-school aged boys before joining two families. I nearly lost my second wife to septic shock and now she is now a bilateral below-knee amputee. We're now both 80 years old and she still cooks, does laundry, and creates beautiful handcrafted sewn items that she sells on Etsy and can't keep up with the demand.
So quit patting yourslf on your poor little head, give yourself a 'swift kick in the arse' and get over it.
Ok, if you're offended, raise your hand and see if I feel sorry for you.
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