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Wed, Apr 17



Burnout: Hopeful Changes for Worn-Out People

There are many definitions of burnout, but generally it involves feeling worn out--emotionally, physically and/or spiritually. Sometimes burnout comes with a sense of detachment, or not caring as much as you used to about a role or profession that used to be quite meaningful or rewarding.

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Burnout: Hopeful Changes for Worn-Out People
Burnout: Hopeful Changes for Worn-Out People

Time & Location

Apr 17, 2024, 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM EDT


About The Event

Burnout is well-documented in frontline professions like healthcare, teaching and social services. However, anyone can feel burned out with the work they are doing or role that they play, regardless of the field or type of work - paid, unpaid, or volunteer!

There are no easy answers for burnout, but there are hopeful strategies.  One of them is to identify the experience of burnout and acknowledge the emotion in order to find safe spaces to talk about it and another is to learn tools and resources that can be helpful to reduce or eliminate burnout.  Burnout always  requires a change of some kind - be it small or large- and this LumZoom will be a great place to start. You can expect a short meditation, content and resources, plus time in a small group to share your story.   Hope you can join us!

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