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We often think stress and burnout are normal. However, anyone who has experienced extreme pressure can tell you that too much stress is bad for our health and performance. Our physiological reactions to stress are normal. Despite this, we continue to blame ourselves if we cannot cope with it.
In this quick tip episode, Rachel shares how doctors and other individuals in demanding jobs see stress as ‘normal’ and how it impacts our health. When you’re burning out, stop blaming yourself and start being compassionate. If you want to know how to cope with stress and burnout in the normal and human way, stay tuned to this episode.
Reasons to listen
- Discover how we get ‘normal’ wrong.
- Understand how stress and burnout affect us.
- Learn how to cope with stress and burnout the normal way.
The Current State of Healthcare Professionals
Stress and Burnout: Common But Not Normal
How We Usually Respond to Stress and Burnout
What Is Normal?
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