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A caregiver with burnout becomes overwhelmed, is physically, emotionally and mentally exhausted from the stress and burden of caring for their loved one and often feels alone, unsupported or unappreciated. As burnout progresses and depression and anxiety increase, a caretaker may use alcohol or drugs, especially stimulants, to relieve symptoms. Burnout VS Depression Depression is...

I read a LinkedIn article where the author was talking about being authentic as a coach, and it really impacted me. He stated that when you are authentic, you attract your ideal clients, and you will discover within yourself how you can help them and why they crossed your path. He also added that when...

“Success is the result of hard work, learning from failure and persistence” The greatest obstacle to success is our fear and belief what the critic says. Instead of quitting we need to make emotionally strong choices to move forward despite perceived setbacks. Emotional Strength                      ...

Prior to leaving my last corporate position I was more likely the “Burned-Out Queen”. We probably have a lot in common. At the same time, we may not know how to apply an anti-burnout skill set – that fierce dedication that drives us into burnout: physical, emotional and spiritual exhaustion. Burnout is miserable! I have...

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