Well, it finally got us. 18 months into this pandemic, and we finally got hit. A poorly-managed scout camp meant that a scout returned with Covid-19 and put the rest of us into isolation. One benefit of being in this situation now, is that we knew exactly what we needed to do. There are well-establishedContinue reading “Roadmap”
An explanation of the resources available from the Madame Papillon database.
When I’ve talked to people about Madame Papillon, some have asked “but how do you know if you’re in burnout?” Apart from saying that if you feel your (work) life has just crumbled and you can’t imagine ever picking yourself up from the floor, I thought it might be useful to have a closer lookContinue reading “Symptom Checker”
When we were thinking of a name for the project, we wanted it to spark interest and encompass elements of our main ideas. We are focused on women and we want to demonstrate that despite the pain and turbulence of going through burnout, it can also be an opportunity for change, metamorphosis and growth. AfterContinue reading “Why Madame Papillon?”
As rates rise and people either experience it themselves, or see it in people around them, awareness of burnout is growing. The ‘classic’ form of burnout is professional burnout – and the categorisation of symptoms is well established: mental and physical exhaustion, accompanied by detachment from work and reduced efficiency. Since this is a phenomenonContinue reading “Burnout Trending”
A couple of reports caught Madame Papillon’s eye during European Mental Health Week (10 – 16 May). One was a report cited by the Belgian media in which a 40% increase in depression and burnout was noted in the past four years. The report showed that women represent more than two thirds of the 111Continue reading “European Mental Health Week 2021”