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Newest Self Help Books – How to Heal from Burnout: my Road to Recovery

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.

Newest Self Help Books - How to Heal from Burnout: my Road to Recovery

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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. 🙂

Amazon disclaimer: as an Amazon associate I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases, at no extra cost to you.  


18 thoughts on “Newest Self Help Books – How to Heal from Burnout: my Road to Recovery

  1. Hi Christine, thank you so much for your great review of How to Heal from Burnout: my Road to Recovery book. Burnout is a very real thing that many people that have not experienced it do not understand. Sometimes also the people that do experience it are not aware of what is happening and struggle in silence. This book seems like a great resource, thank you for sharing your suggestions with us.

  2. Hey Christine!

    Great article about your new book. I agree with you when you said how burning out effects so many people and, yet, no one seems to talk about it. It is definitely a real thing! So many people today work long hours and long weeks and rarely ever stop to relax. I respect you bringing this topic to light and providing comfort for those who think they are going through it alone!

  3. Hello Christine,

    It’s good to know that you wrote a self-help book to help people suffering from burnout. Due to the impacts caused by the pandemic, many of us might have it right now without knowing that they have burnout…

    Mental disease is the area that people tend to ignore when it comes to good health. More and more studies show that mental diseases bring more traumas than physical ones, and some of them cause lifelong pain. I am sure you are doing the right thing to share your honest experiences with people looking for ways to get themselves out of it, so nice work done here. 🙂


    1. Hi Matt,

      Thank you! It’s true that many are not aware that they may have burnout. I wasn’t either when it happened to me. Only when I was diagnosed with it, did it make perfect sense that I had burnout. I hope that this book will help bring some relief.
      Have a great day!

  4. So many people experience burnout because life can be so hectic at times with so much to do. Sometimes it feels like there are not enough hours in a day to complete so many tasks at hand. This is just one form of burnout that persons go true. I remember I experience burnout a few times and it was not a good feeling, all I wanted to do was just to stop everything and just getaway. Thank you so much for sharing. I am sure that your readers will learn a lot from what you have written.

    1. Thank you, Norman, I hope so too.

      Getting away from it all is a good idea but when we can’t do it for whatever reasons, perhaps a walk in nature can do the trick as well. A walk in a forest, near a lake, river, or at the beach can do wonders for the mind, it’s like free therapy 😉

  5. Hi Christine,

    This sounds like a great book and is one that I could probably do with as a Christmas present. I always feel burnt out at Christmas, probably because it is the end of the year and it is all in my mind.

    Burnout is tough for me because it makes me feel lost sometimes and I hate that feeling that things aren’t on track. So, this book might be helpful to read at the right time.

    Thank you for sharing and keep up the great work.

    All the best,


    1. Hi Tom,

      Christmas is definitely a stressful time. It has become so commercialized, and preparations for Christmas are incredibly stressful. And it shouldn’t be, right? It’s all about being with family and sharing wonderful times, but it’s mostly a shopping frenzy among hordes of people 😉 Or maybe you feel burnt out because it is the end of the year and the end of the year turns out to be so busy, so you don’t have the most energy to deal with it? Just thinking out loud here 😉
      Thank you for stopping by! I hope you like this book.

  6. Hi Christine! First of all, congratulations on your published book! Really happy for you.
    Yes I totally agree. Burnout is a real thing and you’re lucky if you know how to handle it. Because let’s face it, not all people do.
    And yes, burnout doesn’t happen only at work, life in general is stressful.

    That’s why I think that your book would help a lot people especially if it’s based on your personal experience.

    1. Hi Mina,

      Thank you! I also hope that my book will help people since I’ve been through burnout and found a way out. At the same time I’m nervous about publishing it because I am no doctor or psychologist, but I do have the experience of healing from burnout, so I hope that that counts for something 🙂

  7. You should never have doubted that your experiences, and knowledge gained, by going through burnout would be of value to others.
    There are more and more people suffering these days than ever before from mental anxiety, stress, depression, etc. And these things, if not remedied will lead to major burnout.

    The pressures of just finding and maintaining a job, taking care of the kids and the house, the car, and our social lives, and paying the bills are really a lot to handle. Then on top of that, we may be bullied at work, have an abusive partner, kids not enjoying school, while we are pressured to work long hours, and friends that are talking behind our backs……

    It’s easy to see why people suffer from burnout.
    I am sure many people will benefit from the direct experience that you are providing in your book.
    Congratulations, and many thanks for publishing How to heal from burnout: My road to recovery.

    I wish you all the best 🙂

  8. Hi, Christine very interesting post. So sad to hear that so many people are going through those struggles. I for one have gone through my fair share. How do you know if you are getting to the burnout point or if you are already there? Thank you for sharing 🙂

    1. Hi Viviana,

      Most people don’t realize that they have burnout. I had no idea either when it happened to me until I received my diagnosis. That’s what makes this so hard, not knowing that you have it. If we can recognize the warning signs on time, we could at least take some preventive measures.

  9. Hello Christine! This is an informative post. I guess ever since the pandemic started, I started online business but it has not been easy trying to manage everything and not seeing some major successes or income. I guess it would be easy to feel a bit burnt out from that. I look forward to reading your book and even happier that it is free. Thanks for sharing this awesome resource. It’s even more awesome that you went through it personally and found a solution that really helped you.

    1. Hi Mike,

      It can’t have been easy to start a new business during the pandemic, and burnout and depression have been on the increase ever since the lockdown began. I hope that my book may provide some help.

      Thank you for your comment and wishing you much success with your online business!

  10. Thanks for sharing this information about your book. Burnout is an awful thing to go through and recover from. I’m so glad you’ve healed though, and created a book to help others. Though I’ve never suffered from burnout, I have experienced anxieties at various times in my life.

    1. Hi Kathy,

      Anxieties are not easy to deal with it either. I hope that that time of suffering anxieties is over now 🙂
      Thanks for your comment!

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