burnout

The Dutch are so comfortable doing nothing, they have a term for it. Could we benefit from adopting it?
Burnout is now classified as "a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed," according to WHO.
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The consequences of provider burnout are directly linked to increased rates of suicide, alcohol and drug abuse, and job turnover
Most of us fail to put our own needs first. We spend most of our day running after others, our families and our careers, leaving
When they slip up, they simply forgive themselves and move on.
Denise Millstine, MD, Cynthia Stonnington, MD “Oh, a mother’s work is never done…” - Children’s Song It’s no secret: health
In 2007, I gave birth to my first child, Benjamin. I wish I could remember more of his first days and months. When was his
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