Hi. I’m Terri, and I’ve been where you are. I’ve been a nurse for more than 30 years and I’ve had my share of bad days. I’ve also experienced burnout.
A bad day might start with a difficult patient, the feeling that you aren’t able to take care of your patients, a “disagreement” with another nurse or even a doctor. The thing about a bad day is that a bit of sleep and some time with friends or those you love – even if they’re furry – and the feeling goes away.
With burnout, it’s longer. It’s recurrent. It seems like you’re having lots of bad days and not necessarily for any good reasons. Sleep doesn’t fix it.
I’d like to share with you a single page that can help you decide if it’s a bad day or if it’s burnout. If you’re just having bad day, I’m sorry. If it’s more than that, I want to show you the path out of burnout. Just let me know your name and email address and I’ll get you the information you need to make your own decision about whether you’re in burnout or not.