Explains that burnout happens when the love or meaning for what we are doing is lost, but the attachment to it drives us to stay in our rut. Uncovering the process of burnout, this work shows us how we can use the experience to turn our lives around. It is suitable for those who are at burnout, or in danger of becoming so.
Burnout is reaching epidemic proportions throughout the adult population. Yet, although universally thought of as the curse of our fast-paced, frenetic, stressful lifestyle, it can actually be a life-saver. "The Joy Of Burnout" reveals just how this debilitating condition can be the key to reclaiming our personal joy. In this ground-breaking book, Dr Dina Glouberman explains that burnout happens when the love or meaning for what we are doing is lost, but the attachment to it drives us to stay in our rut. Although defined by its joylessness, experiencing burnout is actually a positive step - alerting us to the fact that we are not being true to ourselves and providing us with the impetus to redirect our lives for joy. Uncovering the process of burnout, Dina shows us how we can use the experience to turn our lives around. For those who are at burnout, or in danger of becoming so, this practical, challenging guide will provide an invaluable companion to help you rise from the ashes of your former self.
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The book we have all been waiting for. This extraordinary book is a must for sufferers of burnout and their families, friends, managers, counsellors and anyone who has been touched by this experience. It's also a great read.' -- Jack Canfield, co-author of Chicken Soup for the S 'The challenge will be finding someone who cannot relate to it!' -- Robert Holden, author of Shift Happens! 'Full of useful and illuminating suggestions.' -- Margaret Drabble, novelist, editor and critic 'a wise, inspirational guide to understanding and embracing burnout as a way of making place for the soul and moving on to a more personally constructive and spiritually rewarding life.' -- Angela Neustatter, author and journalist
About Dina Glouberman
Dr Dina Glouberman is an accomplished psychotherapist and lecturer. She is the pioneer of the Imagework approach to using imagination for personal and spiritual development, and has run courses throughout Europe, USA, Russia and Japan. Dina is the Founder Director of Skyros, based in Greece and Thailand, which attracts over 1000 visitors a year - and has included Martin Amis, Sue Townsend and Fay Weldon among its teaching staff. She is also the author of Life Choices, Life Changes.
The Joy Of Burnout by Dina Glouberman
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