The New Zealand prime minister said she no longer has "enough in the tank" to continue leading. Many of us can relate.
"I know with absolute certainty that if everyone caring for my pets experiences the same level of burnout that I did, there won’t be anyone like my vet and his staff left."
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This term is resonating with a lot of people right now.
The onslaught of bad news — from the abortion rights ruling to mass shootings to COVID — can lead to a unique type of burnout.
"I’m so not capable of making healthy, smart decisions and I know it," the actor told The Hollywood Reporter.
"After two years of COVID-19 and more than 1 million precious lives lost, the people we all turn to to keep us safe, to comfort us and help us heal, they have been pushed to their limits."
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