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Totally get you on this, I myself have done similar things and hit burnout 2 years ago, so I feel your pain.
The stress nearly killed me and nobody cared, not one fucking client that I thought we had good relations with gave a shit whether I lived or died. I learned an important lesson then, that they are willing to get someone else and only wanted me because I was overworking and getting unpaid.
I was good and cheap and therefore attractive. Now I'm good and expensive and the phone doesn't ring as often as it used to, but when it does it's worthwhile.
I love my low-stress freelance life, but it was painful getting it.
Sometimes you have to force your way out of a bad contract, even if it means penalties.
Having leant against contract terms before I'm glad we were taught about contracts and SLAs during my training.
I write rediculously superfluous stuff when I feel pressured or risked.
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