Journalist Marco Aurélio Souza announced this Thursday that he will be leaving the station
Sports journalist Marco Aurélio Souza announced on Thursday 1 December that he was leaving Globe🇧🇷 Through social networks, the journalist has revealed that he suffers from ‘burnout’ syndrome, in which the professional feels great exhaustion, stress and physical and mental exhaustion at work.
“It was at the end of February of this year that something I didn’t know how to define stopped me from leaving the house. Only one thing was certain at that moment: I don’t feel like working! Someone said that he “hasn’t even worked” due to such an affinity with the trade, does he wake up with the desire to escape from work?” Marco Aurélio begins.
“What I couldn’t explain, with the help of a psychiatrist and a therapist, took shape and a name: burnout syndrome. Drugs, therapy and sick leave. A mantra that must be repeated without haste. Or you indulge a little time or time fills your head with more and more problems. (…) Today I close a story of almost 18 years (two months to go) in the Globo group. A lifetime”, he concluded.
Marco Aurélio Souza joined Globo and SporTV in 2005 and participated in the broadcaster’s coverage of major events. Other journalists, such as Eduardo Affonso, Bruno Laurence, Renato Cury and João Guilherme have left messages of affection for their professional colleague on the net.
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