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For a professional in the mental health field, sometimes it feels as though you are fighting an uphill battle. Burn out is rampant, and compassion worn thin due to witnessing the constant revolving door of relapse and hospitalizations. Add that to the pressure agencies have of obtaining positive measurable outcomes with a population that seems, at times completely resistant to change. I want to share my story to provide encouragement for you, the courageous mental health worker. A reminder that what you do can truly change a life. Your empathy and patience can have a tremendous impact. It did for me.
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