A glimpse into WLF Study results: Drink to forget?

We found significant positive relationships (Pearson correlations) between work-nonwork conflict and alcohol consumption. Work-nonwork conflict was also sig. positively related to feelings of anxiety and negatively to feeling recovered. Previous research linked work-nonwork conflicts to alcohol consumption (e.g. Wolff et al., 2013) and linked it to increased distress and tension reduction. Alcohol abuse also raised over the pandemic.