Suitable for all staff – especially Parents Burnout is a form of exhaustion caused by emotional, physical, and mental stress. It can happen for a variety of reasons. Burnout happens when you’re overwhelmed and are unable to keep up with the demands of life A poll commissioned exclusively by Good Morning Britain, by Savanta ComRes, interviewed 1,036 UK parents of children aged 4–18 . Their poll showed that:
- 45% of parents feel burnt out.
- 26% feel like bad parents.
- 30% often feel lonely.
- 27% say having children at home has negatively affected their work.
- 64% say this latest lockdown is emotionally tougher than previous ones.
- 10% say they feel like crying every single day.
Being a parent in the 21st century
The pressure of “Parenting perfectionism”
The symptoms of parental burnout: Mild, moderate and severe
- How to spot the signs of parental burnout in others
- Why is Parental burnout becoming more prevalent and who is at risk?
- Post Epidemic pressures – Covid 19
- What can you do to cope with Parental Burnout?
- Self-care must be prioritized in order to re-energize and be present for one’s children:
- Tips Tips on organisation and Lists!
- Creating Calm time
- Creating a support network
- Support available