emotional work

Emotional management done in one's private life. Although performed in the private rather than the public sphere, and for a variety of reasons other than because it forms part of the contractual obligations governing a particular occupation, nevertheless it has close parallels with emotional labour.

Dictionary of sociology. 2013.

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