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signs of burnout include:
- Desire to escape
- Inner emptiness
- Increased indecisiveness
- Erratic or incongruent
- Feeling of not having
control of your life
- Decreased motivation,
including reduction in social contact
- Decreased desire for
things you used to desire, including food, sex, entertainment, etc.
- Physical problems,
including heart palpitations, recurrent or lingering sickness, chest
pains, aching, allergies
is Stress and how does it lead to Burnout?
you feel results from how you react to the stressors in life
you experience. “Stressors”
include life events
such as job loss, financial difficulties, arguments, a heavy
work/school load or loss of a loved one. Different individuals respond
to these stressors differently. That is why there can be different
levels of stress experienced by different people in the same situation.
is not burnout – but burnout comes from stress. When a
person experiences a set of stressors, if those stressors are not
processed in a healthy way the stress experienced is high and builds
with each new stressful experience. If a person continues to experience
stress and does not process it well, that person is on a path to
burnout. Though “burnout” is often used in a work
setting, it applies to anyone. Burnout is when a person cannot function
adequately anymore; there is no more physical, emotional or nervous
phenomenon unique to this issue is the differing ways in which people
process stress. How many stressors a person experiences determines how
much stress exists. How that stress is processed determines how much
stress is felt and how close the person is to burnout. One individual
can experience very few stressors, not process the stress well, and it
can lead to burnout. Another person can experience an enormous amount
of stressors, process each in a healthy way, not feel a high level of
stress, and never experience burnout.
test above is designed to give you an indication of how
you may be experiencing burnout. Different people react to stress and
burnout differently. It is not intended to be a
scientific analysis or assessment. Different people react to stress and
burnout differently. This information is not designed to diagnose or
treat your stress or
symptoms of burnout. Consult your medical doctor, counselor or mental
health professional if you feel that you need help regarding the
stress or dealing with burnout.
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