From a successful accountant to a burnout victim, this woman's journey to recovery will keep you on the edge of your seat. But just as she thinks she's found a way out, a new challenge arises. Will she be able to overcome it? Find out in this gripping story of resilience and self-discovery.
I can start changing things and building the life that I want to live instead of the life thought I was supposed to have.
My special guest is Michelle Connery
Meet Michelle Connery, a former accountant who has transformed her life through prioritizing mental health and well-being. After experiencing a severe panic attack and realizing the impact her work environment had on her emotions and mental health, Michelle took the courageous step of leaving her corporate career behind to become a life and recovery coach. Drawing upon her personal journey, Michelle now helps others find the balance they need in their lives to achieve greater happiness and success.
This is Michelle Connery's story:
Taking charge of her situation, Michelle consulted with her therapist and family, deciding to leave her corporate job and move closer to her loved ones in Newfoundland. She began to address her emotions and mental health head-on, giving herself permission to feel and process her emotions, rather than suppressing them. Through this journey, Michelle has learned to live more authentically in alignment with her core values, focusing on fun, compassion, joy, and courage. Her experience highlights the importance of addressing emotions and mental health in the workplace, and the power of recognizing and acting on the signs of burnout.
In this episode, you will be able to:
Prioritize self-care and mental health as vital components of a fulfilling life. Detect early signs of burnout and employ strategies to prevent it. Harmonize work and personal life by understanding and adhering to your core values. Engage in open discussions about emotions and mental health in workplace settings. Triumph over mommy guilt by developing a network of compassionate support in your parenting experience.
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The resources mentioned in this episode are: If you are experiencing a health issue, call the ambulance advice instead of driving yourself to the ER. Consider seeking therapy or speaking to a doctor if you are struggling with anxiety or burnout. If medication is recommended by a doctor, consider taking it to help manage anxiety. Take time off work if needed to prioritize mental health and wellbeing. Consider making changes to your career or living situation if it is negatively impacting your mental health. Apply to the Department of Health if planning to relocate during the pandemic. Write a letter of resignation if necessary to leave a toxic work environment. When promoting products or services, be specific and provide as much detail as possible to help the audience find them.
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