I wanted to include burnout as it’s such an important topic that affects so many.
Clients contact me wondering why they don't desire sex and when I hear how stressed and exhausted they are, no wonder they don't feel like sex!
I loved this conversation with Jolinda who specialises in burnout and perimenopause though this conversation is relevant to all ages. Jolinda shares her definition of burnout and how it differs from the mainstream definition, how to spot the early warning signs of burnout, the 4 stages of burnout and some practical advice on burnout recovery. We also talk about how burnout affects sex, burnout at peri menopause and Jolinda’s take on menopause. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did.
The shadow of the wellness industry
Why it’s important to advocate for your own health and wellness
The 4 stages of burnout
What dysregulated cortisol is
Jolinda’s definition of burnout and how it differs to the World Health Organisation definition
How burnout affects sex and desire
The societal messages and structures that contribute to burnout
How you can burnout doing the things you love
How to start burnout recovery
Exercise and burnout recovery
The early warning signs of burnout
The importance of boundaries and self compassion
The gifts of midlife
Jolinda Johnson (M.S.Ed., CHHC) is an award-winning Certified Life Coach and Holistic Health Coach who specializes in burnout and perimenopause. She's obsessed with helping changemakers and revolutionaries get back their spark so they can go set the world on fire. She wants to change the narrative around perimenopause and give attention to the voices that are typically left out of the conversation, including BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, and people under 45.
She is a sought after guest on podcasts, has been featured on the cover of Inspired Coach magazine, and was the recipient of the Beautiful You Coaching Academy CEO Shine Award in 2021. She’s also taken to the stage as a motivational speaker for other life coaches and can be found on the popular website Healthline.
Your podcast host, Sarah Rose Bright is a Sex & Intimacy coach and the creator of Intimate Sexuality. Sarah is on a mission to help women and couples to love and celebrate their sexuality, create healthy and happy intimate relationships and find their pleasure, playfulness and passion for life.