Occupational burnout is a syndrome resulting from chronic work-related stress, characterized by "feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion; increased mental distance from one's job, or feelings of negativism or cynicism related to one's job; and reduced professional efficacy". Wikipedia
In today's economy, more and more people are feeling the need to succeed in their careers and increase their income consequently. The pressure to succeed can be overwhelming, especially for professionals, leading to burnout.
One way to combat this pressure is to get professional help. I can help you identify your goals, develop a plan to achieve them, and provide support and guidance when you are struggling. In addition, I can help you learn how to manage stress, cope with your drama at work, and maintain a healthy work-life balance. We prefer to discuss minor challenges but lock up significant emotional issues in our minds. You may be dealing with severe emotional problems as a professional, so let's talk about some emotional challenges for surgeons as an example.
How to Cope with the Death of a Patient as a Surgeon.
The range of emotions can range from no impact to a deep sense of loss, anger, astonishment, helplessness, or worse, acute depression or pride in r your role in saving lives.
It is a rare occasion that surgeons like to talk about the emotional toll after losing their patients. They don't always know what's best in these moments, so surgeons must find their coping method based on personal preference- whether it's talking things out until there are no more tears left over from sadness. Spending time alone comforting oneself by doing chores around the home, such as cooking meals or organizing books. Everybody knows these feelings will not go anywhere but will combine with similar feelings and affect personality and behavior unless they get professional help.
As a result, my coaching service can profoundly impact your career or success. If you're feeling burnt out or stuck in your career or job, consider reaching out to me for help and be amazed even after your first session.