Sandra Bullock She is worn out and just wants to be at home, enjoying her children, as she revealed in a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
The 57-year-old actress acknowledged that at this time in her life she is not capable of making intelligent decisions, because she feels overwhelmed and prefers to take a break.
“I don’t want to be beholden to anyone’s schedule but my own. I’m so (burnout). I’m so tired and I’m not capable of making smart healthy decisions and I know it,” she expressed.
In her interview, Bullock acknowledged that she feels lucky because she has never been short of work, but she thinks the time has come to take a break.
“Work has always been constant for me and I’ve been very lucky, but I realized that it was possibly becoming my crutch. It was like opening a refrigerator all the time and looking for something that was never there.”
The protagonist of “Birdbox” admitted that in recent years she has been running from project to project, so she only wants to do one thing at a time: be at home and enjoy her family.
“I want to be home. I just want to be home… Because I was always running, I was always running to the next thing. I just want to be there and be responsible for one thing.”
In March, the actress had already told the program “Entertainment Tonight” that she wanted to get away from work indefinitely.
Bullock wants to spend time with her children Louis, 12, and Laila, 10, whom she adopted in 2010 and 2015 respectively.
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What is burnout syndrome?
Burnout is also called professional burnout syndrome or syndrome of “being burned, consumed, thundered or busted”; According to the UNAM Faculty of Medicine, the psychological construct of burnout syndrome is characterized by exhaustion; depersonalization and cynicism (cynicism) and demotivation and dissatisfaction at work, which lead to poor job performance (ineffectiveness), the above as a consequence of prolonged stress factors both in the emotional sphere and in interpersonal relationships at work.
The syndrome described as burnout refers exclusively to attitude in work performance and must be clearly differentiated from clinical depression that affects other spheres of life
In such a way that burnout syndrome is characterized by:
-Emotional exhaustion, fatigue and depression.
-Relationship of symptoms with work activity.
-Predominance of these symptoms in the mental and behavioral spheres over physical fatigue.
-Appearance of symptoms in normal people with no “psychopathological” background.
-Inefficiency and poor performance at work.
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