INDIANAPOLIS — The substantial increase of people working from home is creating a new problem. A lot of people working in a home office, or elsewhere inside their homes, are finding it difficult to establish a decent work/life balance. They have also been isolated, plus stress and anxiety levels are on the rise as well. As a result, more people are experiencing burnout.
FOX59 spoke with Dr. Ron Friedman, an award-winning social psychologist in Rochester, New York. He offered his take on how people can learn to reduce the risk of burning out.
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