Research Suggests Self-Forgiveness Clears Burnout

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Burnout is a reality for many people, but that doesn’t mean that you have to go through the notions of it just because everyone else is. While it’s a gradual descent into chaos, having an awareness that you could be harbouring it, might be a line of defense against embracing it fully.




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Synthia Stark

Synthia Stark

Canadian Mental Health Professional | 5x Top Writer | Writing about mental health, psychology, science, etc.

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