How Millennials Became The Burnout Generation

For the past two years, I’ve refused cautions — from editors, from family, from peers — that I might be edging into burnout. To my mind, burnout was something aid workers, or high-powered lawyers, or investigative journalists dealt with. It was something that could be treated with a week on the beach. I was still working, still getting other stuff done — of course I wasn’t burned out.

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What Happens to a Woman's Brain When She Becomes a Mother

Mapping the maternal brain is also, many scientists believe, the key to understanding why so many new mothers experience serious anxiety and depression. An estimated one in six women suffers from postpartum depression, and many more develop behaviors like compulsively washing hands and obsessively checking whether the baby is breathing.

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Jessica Cashman
Doctor Prescribed Nature

According to BBC News, primary care doctors (or GPs) in Shetland have just launched a project called Nature Prescriptions, where they are instructing patients to get outside and tune in to Mother Nature and the seasonal wheel of the year as a way to combat chronic illness, including stress and mental health issues.

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