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When someone is under a lot of stress at work or life in general, and it goes on for a long period of time, something called burnout can happen.

Here are some of the signs and symptoms of burnout:

If you feel like you are suffering from burnout, know that there are things you can do to feel better. Sometimes you can reduce stress in your life, and other times you can learn better ways to deal with it. Taking care of yourself might feel overwhelming if you have burnout, but it’s the best way to start. Here are some small steps you can take towards recovering from burnout:


Look for helpful things in your life right now:  

  • Is there anything you can let go of that may help you feel less overwhelmed and burdened? Maybe there are extra chores, things you do for others, or other tasks you could learn to say “no” to?
  • Do you have a support system in place? We all need people we can rely on to help us, encourage us, and keep us motivated. Who do you talk to each week that feels helpful? 
  • Take a look at your daily and weekly schedule and highlight things that bring on the most stress. Some of them can’t change of course, but are there any that could? Can you add any things that would make you feel fulfilled or balanced? 

Look for ways to help yourself—create or remake your self-care plan:

  • Exercise. How can you move your body every day, even for 10 minutes at a time? Can you talk with your doctor or health coach about helping you make a plan?
  • Meditation. Practice taking a few minutes each day to get quiet and centered. 
  • Add therapy. Talking with a therapist can help you to identify your needs, improve self-awareness, and feel supported in making positive changes. 
  • Social time. Can you schedule some time with friends and family? Can you find a hobby you enjoy? 
  • Take time off. Having something to look forward to can be a great motivator. Knowing an afternoon or a day off is on the schedule can help you stay more balanced and positive.

Managing Stress with Mindfulness Moments


Interested in becoming more mindful? There are a lot of resources for you to check out throughout this page. But it doesn’t have to be another task on your list. Mindfulness can be practiced during even the most simple, everyday activities. You can start right now, with these examples:

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There are a handful of traps that can keep you stuck in a state of loneliness. Let’s go through those, as well as the cycle that keeps you trapped, and some tips to help you break out of it.

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