The Joy of Burnout by Dr. Dina Glouberman
How the End of the World Can Be a New Beginning

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Is burnout really as bad as its reputation suggests? Dr. Dina Glouberman says no. While other books tend to focus on managing burnout and restoring pre-burnout status, this lively, personal guide radically redefines the condition: Burnout is not the end-of-tether phase this side of breakdown, but a trigger for profound change and self-renewal. Glouberman explains, "Burnout is, or can be, a door to walk through into a life with space, love, and joy — indeed a sense of being able to be one’s true self." For those who are at burnout, or in danger of becoming so, this practical guide provides a companion to help readers rise from the ashes of their former selves.

About Dr. Dina Glouberman

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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.
Published September 5, 2002 by Hodder Mobius. 272 pages
Genres: Self Help, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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