7 Signs of Emotional Burnout

Emotional burnout is defined as a negative state of mental health that may manifest physical, behavioral, and cognitive symptoms that impair our normal functioning and cause us severe distress. The holidays or new year can be an easy time to feel emotionally burn out. Are you looking for advice on how to avoid burnout? Burnout could be workplace burnout, student burnout, family burnout, passion related burnout to relationship burnout. If you notice any of the following emotional burnout symptoms, like depression, lack of motivation, or feeling more anxious than usual, then maybe it's time to assess whether you need a break or not. Share this video with someone who might need it! Writer: Chloe Avanasa Script Editor: Kelly Soong VO: Amanda Silvera Animator: Krystal YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong Want to collaborate with us on a topic? Email Yumika@psych2go.net Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/Psych2Go

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