Stress Management and Burnout

Stress is a normal part of life, in fact more than 75% of adults say they feel some symptoms of stress. If left untreated though, stress can lead to major health problems and burnout. The resources below will help you manage stress and burnout and cope with the pressures of everyday life. For more info on how Youturn Health can help with stress management, please contact

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Difficult but Necessary Conversations for First Responder Families

first responder family communicationThe family members of a first responder not only experience some of the effects of the job but play a role in the first responder’s ability to cope and manage stress. Because families are interdependent and a vital source of social support, and first responders have demanding jobs that can often spill over into the family, effective communication is particularly crucial.

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Teacher Burnout: Death by a Thousand Papercuts

Teacher burnout

Guest author Katie Niemczyk talks about the toxic culture of education, how it’s leading to teacher burnout and a teach shortage, and how to support teachers who are burned out.

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Caregivers Need the Most Support

Caregiver supportAt some point in our lives, either by choice or by default, we will all wear the hat of caregiver.  Whether it’s for a child, an elderly or sick parent, or even a pet, we will have to give something of ourselves to another. So why, with all of the feel-good emotions tied to helping others can it also be one of the most emotionally and physically draining experiences of our lives?

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