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EVERY one has trouble keeping personal and professionallives apart.
We are human beings after all, and it is but natural that ourpersonal and professional halves merge into one whole, inspite of our best efforts and intentions
The real problem arises only when one half startshampering the effective functioning of the other.
For example, when things are not going too well on theprofessional front, our work suffers. Then it is time to stopand take notice. You have to make an all out attempt tocompartmentalize (Classify) and keep your personal andprofessional life apart for the sake of your own sanity (goodsense) and well-being. Else, you could end up losing both ways.