Burnout: A guide to identifying burnout and pathways to recovery

A guide to identifying burnout and pathways to recovery

Cover Art for 9781760878061, Burnout: A guide to identifying burnout and pathways to recovery by Gordon Parker, Gabriela Tavella, Kerrie Eyers
ISBN: 9781760878061
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Published: 2 July, 2021
Format: Paperback
Language: English
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Are you always exhausted? Unable to feel for others or for life's pleasures? Find it hard to concentrate and take in what you read? You may have burnout. Burnout is widespread among high achievers in the workplace, in business and in caring professions like health and teaching. Parents with new babies and those caring for the elderly and people with disabilities are also at risk. Although burnout is so common, it's often undiagnosed or misdiagnosed - most commonly as depression. Drawing on groundbreaking new research, the book hands you the tools to work out whether you have burnout - or not. The good news? It is possible to recover from even severe burnout. The authors show you how to recognise your own burnout pattern, how far you have travelled into burnout territory, and provide a broad-based management approach that is likely to help you regain your spark and build your resilience. With fascinating new insights into the biology of burnout, and stories from people who have brought themselves back from the brink, Burnout is a complete guide for anyone who suspects they may have burnout, for their families, for health professionals and employers. 'I cried reading parts of this book. Profoundly insightful, with information that is superbly liberating about a phenomenon that imprisons too many of us.' - Sonia Henry, author of Going Under

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