Burnout as an opportunity

I am a pretty avid fan of all things mental health. I’ve had a “fair bit” of wellness challenges-including burnout. I bring this up because I recently joined Clubhouse (find me @kimberhosen) and a lot of the conversations seem to end up speaking about burnout. I have a feeling I am not the only oneContinue reading “Burnout as an opportunity”

The importance of setting goals.

Or rather, the perils of not setting goals…. I had a hard time planning when I was younger. I was afraid to make goals because I was too afraid of failure, not meeting expectation, letting others (and myself) down. It was fine, it was safe, but it was not in the slightest bit satisfying. IContinue reading “The importance of setting goals.”

Diving Deep

I haven’t been writing very much lately, mostly because I have been more than knee deep in trying to coordinate and facilitate changes in my personal and professional life. I have been struggling just to keep up instead of feeling as though I am thriving. I have spent a fair amount of time trying toContinue reading “Diving Deep”

Common Ground

We have more in common than we realize. When we embrace ourselves, we shall embrace others. Click on the title for full article.

Mirrors

What I have learned about other people’s mental illness has helped me learn about my own emotional being. I am, after all an incredibly emotional being. I have also met, had intimate relationshipswith and worked with some very “emotional” beings. Because of the stress this has caused me, I took it upon myself to getContinue reading “Mirrors”