Are You A Nurse? Here’s How To Build Healthy Habits,
Prevent Burnout And Improve Your Life With Tips That
If you’re a nurse, you know that your job can get physically and emotionally overwhelming.
Long, grueling shifts, emotionally fragile patients, constant multitasking under extreme time
constraints, outright bullying… all of this can take a serious toll on your mind and body. No
wonder up to 70% of nurses suffer from stress and burnout.
You may have turned to self-help books and blogs, only to discover that most of them are
written by people who never had a job as stressful as yours. An office employee can find the
time to manage fancy to-do lists, juggle several productivity apps, and take a short break to
meditate. You can’t because you’re working twelve-hour shifts and you barely have enough
time for your basic needs, let alone a fancy self-care routine.
You need better self-improvement and productivity advice that’s specifically tailored to the
unique demands of your profession.
So… how about this book?
It’s a self-help book for nurses just like you, written by a registered nurse with a degree in psychology!