How do you work with chronic illness? Do you have a remote job?#RemoteJobs #SickleCellAnemia #Onlinejobs #ChronicIllness #entreprenuer
Or what do you think about working from anywhere and earning your morning from everywhere?
Are there any groups for Coaches/Trainers/business owners that are struggling with the emotional load of always giving to clients and/or recent business closure?
I am not sure what I am struggling with directly but I do know that I am not happy, feel totally lost and definitely have some compassion fatigue going on. This is my grief, or at least I question if it is.
I had a small business as a personal trainer and coach, we chose to close our brick and mortar space once COVID hit as the repercussions were feeling too great. So far, still unemployed. It's been really hard going from highly functioning to nothing.
In the past 3 years I have dealt with many clients with mental health issues. 2 of which I had emergency contact information in case they went through with their plans and I was prepared to call the police as well (as directed by child protective services). Many times I was the one that would talk them off the edge and bring them back. I have dealt with others that became too needy and demanding that it drained me. Many things because I am an empath and care deeply.
I am pretty sure that's where compassion fatigue comes in.
Anyways, I am just wondering if there are other people in similar roles struggling as well. There's truly nothing, that I can find, directed to help the coaches that are struggling, just education around how coaches can help their people.
Happy Monday Everyone! I am so excited to be a Mighty Contributor. My stories will revolve around chronic illness, my journey to diagnosis, and how I came to start my own company. While I still struggle with chronic illness (including hyper-POTS, MCAS, EDS III, IBS, GERD...), I am so excited to be an entrepreneur and use my experiences to help others. Check out my stories and my website (peonyhc.com). I would love to hear from you! #MightyTogether #potsielife #Spoonie #entreprenuer
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