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Understanding how to build your resilience is critical to preventing feelings of being overwhelmed or burned out, which reduces your enthusiasm and passion for caring for others at home and at work. The term "resilience" has been tossed around a lot over the past year of COVID-19, but it is also applicable for those early in their career or at key transition times, often recognized at 5-7 years and 10 years into a career.

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