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Are You Really Good, Though? What Happens if You Share That You Are Struggling?

Natashia Houser
Publication date:
April 6, 2023
Article Summary: 

The article highlights the mental challenges and tolls that come with being a condominium manager. Despite the automatic response of "I am good," the reality is that the job can be mentally exhausting and demanding. The role involves fielding calls, emails, and various tasks, making it important for managers to seek help and support when needed. Balancing work and personal life is crucial, and the article encourages managers to take breaks and disconnect to maintain a healthy work-life balance. It also emphasizes the need for kindness and understanding within the condominium community.


Condominium manager, Mental exhaustion, Work-life balance, Seeking help, Client expectations, Kindness, Disconnecting from work, Balancing work and play, Personal well-being, Support and collaboration, Managing stress, Community dynamics, Positive attitude, Client service, Job challenges

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Natashia Houser
Are You Really Good, Though? What Happens if You Share That You Are Struggling?
April 6, 2023
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