Burnout and Social Justice

Burnout, defined as exhaustion of physical or emotional strength or motivation (usually because of prolonged stress or frustration), is a common buzzword tossed around by armchair psychologists. But what does it really mean for people, and how can we work through it to be more active in our social justice work and other aspects of our lives? Join Deanna Leary as she explores common misconceptions, common culprits, and practical solutions. Together, we can recover and work together to do the work.

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