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NortherlyRose 🌈 12h
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To me regular meltdowns mean something in my life is out of step and needs to be fixed. I don’t believe this is an inevitable part of being autistic. The exhaustion that follows can be totally debilitating. Repeated meltdowns, or trying to suppress them, can lead to . 27/
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Josh 🧂 Nov 22
Lots of variety in this coming weeks schedule guys, my body is ready.
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grace Hatton Nov 26
Right now this has to be a priority for all working in the NHS. Prevention is better than cure.Emotional resilience being its lowest for some-we have to look out for each other,spot the signs when people can’t in themselves..
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WedgeRecoveryCenters Nov 22
On this SUNDAY we need to acknowledge that the is REAL for so many of us right now. 💚 Use today to take care of yourself 💚
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Karlee Johnston Nov 24
Enjoyed presenting virtually at and sharing our research on how has affected pharmacists with many pharmacists experiencing
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Dr. F. Gigi Osler Nov 20
Right now care workers are running on sheer adrenaline. When is over, we need to prepare for & PTSD.
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Colleen M. Story Nov 28
How to Fight Creative Burnout in a World of Increasing Demands.
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Nena Lavonne Nov 21
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Colm McCarthy Nov 26
If we do not change the culture of medicine around and addressing we are not teaching physicians resilience as much as we are teaching them to re-silence.
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JENNA Nov 24
I’m at the point where I hope I get the flu just so I could stay home for a week, even if I felt like complete shit. That’s where I’m at.
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Behavioral Health Advocates of Texas Nov 24
and overload in the workplace are increasing worldwide, often considered a cause of . But a new study questions that assumption.
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Dr. Rebecca Pope-Ruark Nov 20
The hardest part of listening to women in tell me their stories of , sexism, anxiety, illness, and so much more is knowing, for the most part, all I can do is listen and try to do those stories justice.
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Dr. Tasha Eurich Nov 21
Before checking emails outside of "normal" business hours, remember: Setting boundaries reduces burnout. It might feel scary or selfish, but because boundaries give us energy to perform, contribute, & stay well, they help everyone around us too.
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Ati Gürçay Nov 24
November 24th, 2020. I am done with the Fall semester.
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Laura Goodwin Nov 23
We couldn’t upload on classrooms so Twitter is the best ☺️ Feeling great now !
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remoh romeo 12m
Getting a quick one in to maintain my sanity.
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Maryam Lustberg MD MPH Nov 27
“Despite preponderance of studies on individual-focused interventions, strategies that involve work unit or wider organizational change have demonstrated greater success in reducing overall .
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Melanie Rule Nov 20
This equally applies to medicine. Every time you make the decision to go to work even though you know it will be a tough shift, this builds mental toughness. However, also like training for a marathon we need time to recover between shifts.
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Institutelm Nov 21
“The more severe a person’s burnout becomes, the more stressed they will feel at work.” exacerbates work stress far more than vice-versa, according to new research. What must leaders do to break this cycle? Find out more on our blog:
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Linda C. Yang, MD MS Nov 25
Wow! Creative way to reduce and an example of wonderful leadership by
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