Learning to Let Go: Accepting a Helping Hand to Avoid Burnout

Learning to Let Go: Accepting a Helping Hand to Avoid Burnout

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The World Health Organization has finally recognized burnout as a legit medical condition, thus distinguishing it from simply being tired or overworked.

Burnout is much more than being temporarily exhausted due to
an increased workload or responsibilities – it’s characterized by overwhelming
stress, emotional fatigue, lack of motivation, feelings of detachment and
cynicism towards your job, and bordering on a general sense of depression and
disillusionment.

People suffering from burnout…