Istruggled to pull myself out of bed in the morning. I slept for hours at lunch breaks and was having a hard time focusing. I was working six days a week as an editor at one of the world’s largest newspapers. I needed to concentrate. It was my first year there on a fixed-term contract. I didn’t have the security of knowing I would be hired after; I had limited scope to make mistakes. Articles that required extensive fact-checking, style correction and careful proof-reading felt like an insurmountable obstacle. What was wrong with me?