Courage – Jessica Dolce 

 March 26, 2020

Courage means living your values

The past few weeks have been like none other. You may be having trouble finding your sense of peace, calm, and equanimity.

If that's true of you, good news, you're normal!

Right now, your brain is hypervigilant, always scanning for the next bit of news, the next sign of danger.

That's what your brain is designed to do. It's trying to keep you safe. But your brain can't comprehend a pandemic situation in which you feel fine, but are being asked to flatten the curve for the greater good. It doesn't known how to say, "Hey, I'm just going to hang out at home and wait this out. No big deal."

Instead your nervous system is a flutter and needs some active support to calm down.

Jessica Dolce, MS, CCFE, and I have both been helping pet professionals fight burnout and compassion fatigue for years.

I invited her to talk with me about how "courage" and set a date long before either of us knew how timely this episode would be.

Listen in to learn ways you can give yourself and others support and compassion during this difficult time. 

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In Positive Changes, I guide small groups of pet pros through the skills, tools, and support systems necessary to feel rejuvenated, reignite their passion, and do the work they're meant to do.


UNLEASHED Resilience is a learning community made up of pet pros like you exploring and incorporating new ways to understand and support yourself to feel stronger and more capable professionally and personally. 

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