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...ut feels energized to go to work. They don’t feel physically or mentally exhausted because they don’t feel stressed out from all their work. They get a thanks or a rewarded from their work place or their client. In order to avoid burnout you need to monitor your inner self as you move through you work day. Start asking yourself, “am I happy, am I motivated or do I enjoy my day?” If you are answering no, this can lead into burnout. Self-care in this situation is very important. Caring for yourself means having a good friendship having some fun with each other, engaging in spirituality, these can play a part to avoiding burnout. In this profession it is a common problem for a student or worker not to ask for help because they are the helpers often giving without taking a helping hand. It`s essential to ask for help when you start to feel the exhaustion of overwork.
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