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Five Black women on working yourself sick.
As told to
piece of work
You Can Now Be Diagnosed With Burnout
Burnout can look a lot like depression, but the World Health Organization is attempting to draw a distinction.
A Wellness Blogger From the 1400s Weighs in on to-Do Lists
They never end!
Sometimes Not Working Is Work, Too
Why the super-motivated need to force themselves to rest.
How to Be Extremely Productive Without Getting Extremely Exhausted
A new book shows how strategies favored by elite athletes can benefit the rest of us.
Just Like Burnout at Work, It’s Possible to Burn Out on Parenting
A new study explores what plenty of parents already know.
Thinking of Your Job As a Calling Isn’t Always a Good Thing
There’s such a thing as too much passion for your work.
There’s Such a Thing As Too Much Work Ethic
It’s a virtue, sure, but when it’s misunderstood, it’s also something that can hold you back.
Maybe You Have Neurasthenia, a 19th-Century Diagnosis for Burnout
People like to believe that
is the most hectic time in human history, whenever
happens to be.
You Call It Burnout. These Scientists Might Call It Depression.
A new study argues that burnout and depression might sometimes be one and the same.
If You Feel Burned Out, You Should Maybe Get Screened for Depression
In a study of schoolteachers, there was huge overlap.
Nurses Who Care the Most Burn Out Fastest
A drive to help others can backfire.