As we passed the first anniversary of the COVID 19 outbreak, many of us remembered the past year as one of the most challenging periods in our history. A year that has, and continues to shake us to the core in terms of how we work, engage with our family and friends and view the world.
Let’s leave 2020 in our rearview mirror and charge forward to a new year. As a collective, we can provide support and knowledge during these times to help each other through this rough road.
First, being burned out and being stressed out are not the same thing. Being burned out is not the same as dealing with depression. Being stressed out can lead to being burned out and being burned out can lead to depression.