Burnout can have a devastating effect on individual well-being and on a society as whole. Unfortunately, burnout develops gradually and most individuals suffering from it do not realize they have it until their job or relationship are in danger. Fears can make it difficult for an individual to seek the help that is often desperately …
The following video contains a brief talk by Jonathan Haverkampf on Burnout: A Brief Talk on Burnout Dr Jonathan Haverkampf MD
In clinical practice, anxiety can also be a protection against burnout. People with anxiety might actually notice earlier that their life and their values and interests are out of sync. See, for example, the article 6 Hidden Benefits of Anxiety on the Psychology Today website.
Joseph Cardillo, Ph.D., best-selling author of ‘Body Intelligence,’ offers some advice for balancing oneself in a job that requires “high-energy torque”: Try taking a walk, listening to nature or brightening the office lights. See the full article in the Hollywood Reporter at http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/how-avoid-creative-burnout-957049