In April, we asked readers to share their stories about quitting their jobs. We followed up with some of those readers and published three articles on how quitting affected their personal finances, work-life balance and relationships. Now we’d like to dig a little deeper for a new series with a focus on burnout and how quitting has affected relationships.

We would especially like to hear from teachers, nurses and flight attendants. We also want to know how quitting has affected personal relationships. We’d like to hear from those with life partners as well as people raising children alone or with someone else.

Please share your experiences using the form below. We won’t publish your name or identifying information without your permission, and we may contact you to hear more.

Dan Saltzstein

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