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The Burnout Effect

The Pressure to Perform Is Wearing Us Down

Here’s what you can do when you’re tasked with 50-leven responsibilities and have to act like everything is okay (when you’re not)

This story is a part of , ZORA’s look at the pressures to perform and produce in an already chaotic




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Britni Danielle

Britni Danielle

L.A. based writer, editor, and SGRho. Founder: . Co-owner: @Houseof334 . Bylines: Essence, Glamour, and The Washington Post

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