It's time to flip the focus. Head back to the proverbial drawing board. Not for recruitment, but for retention.
Only then can we start to normalize the pressures that come with our personality traits and find avenues where they are most helpful while recognizing others that need redirecting for more healthy practices and in the veterinary profession.
What is normal anyway? It can be so hard to separate what is normal for us to feel and what is true compassion fatigue. To a certain extent, we need…
Guest Blogger: Andraya Cole, DVM If you’ve read my last post, you know my journey with burnout. We tend to lump burnout and compassion fatigue together and while they certainly…
"I believe the first step is to recognize burnout and how it affects us as practitioners and as people." - Andraya Cole
FITYMI - in other words, until you remember that you are a confident, capable, and awesome human. You got this. I got this. WE got this.
Who knows, you may find that #gratitude turns what little you thought you have, into enough.
We're not broken, no fixing required. Sometimes being down is where we need to be. All we need is a hand or two so we can get back on up.
Alyssa Mages, CVO - 4 September 2020 “Yes it is very, very, very hard to wait. Especially when you’re waiting for something extra nice…” This may be the opener of…
Taking an overused yet underrated term & redefining it. What does team mean to YOU?