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8 Ways to Recover from Compassion Fatigue - Wisdom of the Wounded

Are you feeling emotionally or physically exhausted by providing care for others? A hospice physician offers eight ways to recover from compassion fatigue.

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The Exhausted Healer: Understanding the Effects of Compassion Fatigue

When we’re in a role that requires consistent and heightened compassion, we become susceptible to the emotional wounds of caring too much.

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Many empaths struggle with empath compassion fatigue. Though it's similar to burnout, there are some important distinctions. Here are 7 key warning signs:

Many empaths struggle with empath compassion fatigue. Though it's similar to burnout, there are some important distinctions. Here are 7 key warning signs:

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Compassion fatigue is a very real and all-too-common phenomenon in healthcare professionals. In this article, Katie Tietz, OTR/L explains how we can best identify this stress disorder and offers actionable steps to combat and overcome this before it leads to burnout.

Compassion fatigue is a very real and all-too-common phenomenon in healthcare professionals. In this article, Katie Tietz, OTR/L explains how we can best identify this stress disorder and offers actionable steps to combat and overcome this before it leads to burnout.

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In the simplest terms: burnout occurs when the stress we experience exceeds our capacity to cope with that stress. While some individuals may be able to thrive- at least in the short term- under high stress, eventually chronic stress without relief begins to take a toll on even the most resilient individuals. Everyone has a…

In the simplest terms: burnout occurs when the stress we experience exceeds our capacity to cope with that stress. While some individuals may be able to thrive- at least in the short term- under high stress, eventually chronic stress without relief begins to take a toll on even the most resilient individuals. Everyone has a…

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Does your work involve supporting others? If so, you may be at risk of experiencing compassion fatigue (CF), a.k.a. secondary traumatic stress (STS). Read this article to discover five factors associated with compassion fatigue and three mindset shifts you can make to protect yourself.

Does your work involve supporting others? If so, you may be at risk of experiencing compassion fatigue (CF), a.k.a. secondary traumatic stress (STS). Read this article to discover five factors associated with compassion fatigue and three mindset shifts you can make to protect yourself.

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This post may contain affiliate links, which means I may earn a small percentage of any purchases. If you’re in an emotionally heady professional field, such as an EMT, a teacher, or a mom with several emotionally needy souls constantly hanging on your ankles all day long, chances are you’re going to feel emotionally exhausted sooner or later.  This phenomenon — known as compassion fatigue, vicarious traumatization, or secondary traumatization — is extremely common. If you’re familiar with the f

Compassion fatigue is “apathy or indifference toward the suffering of others” that can take place when overly exposed to tragedy and pain.

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The Stylish School Counselor: Self Care Sunday and Compassion Fatigue

Sometimes caring too much can hurt. I have struggled with this a lot as an educator and parent. I care so much that sometimes it causes stress. For those of you who may be reading this and are educators, this may sound familiar. We love our students so much and so badly want to ensure we are supporting them to the very best of our ability. We think about how they may be doing over breaks, for some we may worry if their basic needs are being met, and we may worry or stress about how they are…

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