Working from home during coronavirus: How to avoid burnout
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While rolling out of bed to sign in to work from the couch may have seemed like a dream scenario just a few weeks ago, many are struggling to find ways to cope with their newfound reality as the coronavirus outbreak wanes on. What may have once been exciting and interesting may now seem dull and monotonous, without face-to-face interaction, which can signal impending burnout.
“There are a number of signs of burnout, it usually has to do with stress that eventually wears someone down and then goes into burnout,” Dr. Rob Fazio, psychologist and managing partner of OnPoint Advising, told Fox News. “Some of the signs are when you make that shift from being anxious or stressed to really losing motivation, that internal drive.”