When You Want to Give Up as a Nurse PractitionerJul 06, 2021
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I recently got the question from a new nurse practitioner, “what do you do when you want to give up as a nurse practitioner?”
I’ve definitely been there before myself, and with the stress of this last year and a half, I know a lot of other new nurse practitioners and NP students are feeling that way, too.
When You Want to Give Up as a Nurse Practitioner
In this week’s video, I’m covering what to do when you feel like this, including:
- The most important questions to ask yourself to help sort through your feelings and get to the root of feeling like yourself again
- Real-life contexts of what this may look like for you, and the options to consider
- A few personal stories about how I experienced burnout and what I’ve done to cope with it
Check it out here:
(FYI: to slow down the audio speed, hit the gear symbol in the bottom right corner and change it to .75x or .5x. Closed captions are also located at the bottom R hand corner of the video.)
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