Burnout affects a person's mindset and perception of events, resulting in uncharacteristic behavior, such as temper tantrums or withdrawal.
Burnout cannot be prevented with sabbaticals or self-care regimens because most of it is rooted in unresolved trauma. Instead, it requires healing and integration of past emotional wounds to increase self-worth and self-value, the ability to set healthy boundaries and a clearer vision and commitment to how we want to live and lead.
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