Last year I started a new website which was focused on how to heal from burnout. I described parts of my road to recovery and included tips and advice that were based on my personal experience, since I went through burnout from 2016 to 2018, but in all honesty, it could have started in 2015 or before. Although I received my diagnosis in 2016 trouble had been brewing for years.
The day I finally healed was one of the happiest days of my life.
Burnout is not only exclusive to the workplace, but also to other factors, such as abuse at home, frustrating and long procedures one has to go through at bureaucratic institutions, schools, universities, you name it. Burnout is a modern-day disease that affects many and, somehow, it still receives so little understanding.
After I healed I always wanted to help other people who are going through burnout, and that was the reason why I created my website Get Through Burnout – Find Your Steps on the Road to Healing Nonetheless, I always thought that it wasn’t enough. Something seemed to be missing, and so, months later I started working on a book. How to Heal from Burnout is my first self-help book, but even if it’s my first, it comes with a vault of experience, setbacks, and successes I am sharing with the reader.
The one question I asked myself when I published this book was “would I have bought this when I had burnout? Would this have helped me back then?” The answer is yes, it would. I wish I had found a book that could have guided me through that period. So, after I knew my answer, I hit the “publish” button. 🙂
Going through burnout feels like trudging through an endless dark tunnel where the light is nowhere in sight.
With what I’ve learned during my road to recovery, I would like to guide you through this dark tunnel or hold up a torch to show the way.
The free promotion for this book has now ended but it is available on Kindle at just $1.99 🙂
You can read the first pages for free on Amazon. I hope that this will help. 🙂
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