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We have another incredible full circle story for you on this episode. Dr. Natalie Fayman shares her journey beyond vetmed after 33 years of exhaustion and burnout led her to a point of no return. When a life coach helped Dr. Fayman work through her emotional eating coping mechanism, she had a powerful breakthrough and a total epiphany through positive intelligence. Leading her to the passion of helping other veterinarians make the same mental transformation so they can stop dreading their jobs and find positivity at work again.

Stress resilience is so important for veterinarians, who experience many stress triggers on a daily basis. Dr. Fayman goes over some of those triggers and how to manage them. We discuss unhappy clients, conflict resolution, micromanagement, and a big one… how to say no when you need to.

An important factor in stress reduction is taking care of your body. Dr. Fayman places emphasis on proper nutrition, hydration, positive sleep habits, play time, and physical release of energy. These are all basic needs that can get swept under the rug when you’re stressed and overwhelmed at work, but they will make the biggest difference physically and mentally.

Dr. Fayman reminds vets, Put the oxygen mask on yourself first! You deserve a happy and stress free life, and it’s possible to set boundaries while being successful in your career. You can find out more about Dr. Fayman and her coaching via her website and other links provided below.

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  • What is stress resilience?
  • What is positive intelligence?
  • How to work through common stress triggers in vet med.
  • Tips for taking care of yourself and reducing stress in the veterinary industry.

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