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Copyright © 2006 Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved Chapter 2 Self-Care Strategies
Copyright © 2006 Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved Is Burnout Inevitable for Nurses? Early Warning Signs of Burnout Irritability Irritability Weight changes Weight changes Frequent headaches and gastrointestinal disturbances Frequent headaches and gastrointestinal disturbances Chronic fatigue Chronic fatigue Insomnia Insomnia Irritability Irritability Weight changes Weight changes Frequent headaches and gastrointestinal disturbances Frequent headaches and gastrointestinal disturbances Chronic fatigue Chronic fatigue Insomnia Insomnia Depression Depression Feeling of helplessness Feeling of helplessness Negativity Negativity Cynicism Cynicism Angry outbursts Angry outbursts Being self-critical Being self-critical Depression Depression Feeling of helplessness Feeling of helplessness Negativity Negativity Cynicism Cynicism Angry outbursts Angry outbursts Being self-critical Being self-critical
Copyright © 2006 Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved Empowerment and Self- care Learning about self-care is really about empowerment Learning about self-care is really about empowerment With empowerment comes a feeling of well-being and effectiveness With empowerment comes a feeling of well-being and effectiveness Knowing one's self is the very first step in learning to care for one's self Knowing one's self is the very first step in learning to care for one's self
Copyright © 2006 Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved Suggested Strategies for Self-Care That Are Based on the Holistic Self- Assessment Tool Not having our life in a state of balance + Not having a vision for the future = (reflect) A state of poor self-esteem
Copyright © 2006 Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved Emotionally Healthy/ Emotionally Intelligent Emotionally healthy Emotionally healthy –Being aware of your feelings and acknowledging them in a healthy way Emotionally intelligent Emotionally intelligent –Knowing one s emotions –Managing emotions –Motivating one s self –Recognizing emotions in others –Handling relationships
Copyright © 2006 Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved What about Friends and Fun? How Do I Find the Time? Don t over commit Don t over commit Budget for fun Budget for fun Cultivate friends outside of nursing Cultivate friends outside of nursing
Copyright © 2006 Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved Self-Care How Do I Take Care of My Physical Self? Proper nutrition Proper nutrition Maintaining a healthy weight Maintaining a healthy weight Obtaining adequate sleep Obtaining adequate sleep Quitting smoking Quitting smoking Limiting alcohol consumption to one drink daily Limiting alcohol consumption to one drink daily Exercising on a regular basis Exercising on a regular basis
Copyright © 2006 Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved Self-Care Strategies to Foster My Spiritual Self Does My Life Have Meaning? Life is a positive experience Life is a positive experience Relationship with a greater power Relationship with a greater power Feel good about the future Feel good about the future Believe there is a real purpose in life Believe there is a real purpose in life
Copyright © 2006 Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved How Do I Increase My Mental Potential? It s OK to Daydream … Remove negative thoughts or self- defeating beliefs Remove negative thoughts or self- defeating beliefs Give yourself daily affirmations Give yourself daily affirmations –Begin each day with some affirmations
Copyright © 2006 Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved What Are My Choices, and How Do I Exercise Them? Take a proactive stance Take a proactive stance –Use proactive language versus reactive language Act responsibly toward yourself and to others Act responsibly toward yourself and to others
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