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I think you are doing everything right.
just it may be a bit too much. You may putter out.
Hope you come back...and let us know how it is going.
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Had the same thought... "Busyness" can be a way of avoiding...not for everyone. But for me it is/was. Last year I was in similar roles...I ran and ran and helped and helped and ran and helped and smiled and helped, until I hit a gigantic wall. I was ignoring my own physical pain and had to have another spine surgery. 9 months later and I had to basically quit everything. I have ignored the inside pain for decades and now have nowhere to go, but to therapy to try and figure it out.

It's an individual journey for us all. A saying that struck me hard last year was, "Take a break before you need one."

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