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Revitalizing Compassion


Albert Einstein’s famed noble quote “Only a life lived for others is a life worth living” greatly resonates with the healthcare professionals’ conviction, who are always on their feet, focused on providing compassionate and the best possible nursing care to patients/clients, families and the community. They found joy in doing so until caring became exhausting, consequently leading to burnout and compassion fatigue.

Are you experiencing persistent and sustained stress and have lost enthusiasm in caring? If yes, this book is for you. Revitalizing Compassion is about the realities of burnout and compassion fatigue, the importance of recognizing the problem and the need to seek help, and strategies that will help rekindle or sustain the joys of helping and caring.


Utilize self-care tips on sustaining the joys of helping and caring, and prevent or manage burnout.

Realize the importance of making a deliberate decision to unplug yourself from work.

Enforce strategies which foster a supportive workplace.

“Burnout is nature’s way of telling you, you’ve been going through the motions your soul has departed; you’re a zombie, a member of the walking dead, a sleepwalker. False optimism is like administrating stimulants to an exhausted nervous system.”

—Sam Keen, Fire in the Belly:
On Being a Man

“A happy and productive person is one who understands that his or her job is not the purpose of his or her life. Go on vacation, use up your sick days, ask for a temporary leave-of-absence—anything that allows you to recharge your batteries away from your typical routine. No leave, no life.”

—Del Suggs, Truly Leading:
Lessons in Leadership


Facts about the burnout syndrome and its unpleasant mood and behavior changes. This book will help you develop self-care strategies to restore or sustain the joys of helping and caring and tips for a supportive workplace.

Burnout, a slow drift

Predisposing factors

Implications of burnout

Burnout as an occupational hazard


Strategies for a supportive workplace

Joy restored

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