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Alcoholism

In this month’s Incognito, one woman talks about negotiating her career while also battling a drinking problem — and how the Covid-19 lockdown period allowed her to tackle her relationship with alcohol and finally get sober, allowing her to reclaim her life, sense of self and career.

“I’d really love to see a culture of understanding that success is not necessarily a corner office, but in strong relationships, in finding a sense of self-worth and the ability to be at peace with yourself.

World Alzheimer’s Day on 21st September raises awareness of the disease and the issues for those living with it. But family carers of those with dementia face equally testing challenges, especially if they’re working a job alongside.

In this month’s Incognito, one woman discusses the intersectional tensions of being a first-generation British-South Asian from a low socio-economic background — and the challenges of finding balance and celebrating all parts of her identity in the wor

adult autism

This month’s everywomanIncognito blogger provides an inspiring and honest account of her adult diagnosis of autism, and its impact on her sense of self.

Amnesia

This month’s Incognito blogger is a humbling lesson in the truth of resilience, and how we can come back stronger from even the most world-upending of situations.

Anxiety

What is it like to manage severe anxiety in lockdown? This month’s everywomanIncognito blogger discusses one woman’s struggle to maintain her mental health during the pandemic – and the lessons she’s learned…

floating feathers

At everywoman, we talk a lot about the essential nature of female role models. For many of us, our portfolio of female role models includes our Mother, among whose many roles in our lives often include those of career advisor and guidance counsellor.

Start a new job

From the law bar to the cocktail bar to the nail bar. For this month’s Incognito columnist, ‘square one’ has been a familiar place throughout her career. But is it a failure?