Beyond Burnout: What to Do When Your Work Isn't Working For You
:Rekindle Your Passion, Reignite Your Purpose Does your job leave you physically and emotionally drained? Is the stress you feel over work affecting your sleep, your attitude, and your relationships? Have you lost meaning in your...
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:Rekindle Your Passion, Reignite Your Purpose
Does your job leave you physically and emotionally drained?
Is the stress you feel over work affecting your sleep, your attitude, and your relationships?
Have you lost meaning in your career?
You are not alone, and there is hope.
Mental health expert Amy O'Hana knows what vocational burnout is. She has addressed it in the counseling office, taught about it in college classrooms, and written an entire doctoral dissertation about it. She also experienced it herself.
Amy learned that the secret to healing from career exhaustion lies in being, not doing. When you allow your heart, body, and mind to reconnect with God, you will experience renewed energy, productivity, and fulfillment. There is nothing you need to do but receive His love and let it restore your passion and purpose.
Amy explains why vocational stress occurs (and how it differs from depression), how to identify the signs that you might be suffering from burnout, and what God wants to do to refresh and restore you.
You or a loved one can begin the journey beyond burnout today.
Dr. Amy E. O'Hananbsp;is a licensed professional counselor, author, speaker, and full-time university professor. Amy specializes in difficult psychological issues, such as PTSD, depression, anxiety, and grief. Amy uses her expertise to help military veterans and their families and has traveled extensively to assist in mental health disaster recovery, teach professional counseling, and support Christian ministry. Shenbsp;lives in Central Oregon and hasnbsp;parented six children.nbsp; nbsp;
- :<div><b>introduction</b><br /> &#160;<br /><u>chapter 1&-be Beckoned. </u><br /> Vocational Burnout Is Emotional Exhaustion, Physical Exhaustion, And Loss Of Meaning. The Symptoms Look Like Depression, But Burnout Is Not Depression. Readers In The Throes Of Burnout Are Cynical, Often Negating Anything That Might Help. The Root Cause Of Burnout Is Specifically One&'s Work Or Vocation. For Christians, This State Is Very Concerning Because Honoring God In Our Work Is Something He Asks Us To Do. The Last Thing Someone Experiencing Burnout Thinks They Want Is To Be Beckoned&...but At The Same Their <i>hearts Crave</i><i>to Be Beckoned</i>. Chapter 1 Validates The Readers&' Emotional States But Gently Shares How God Is Beckoning To <i>be </i>instead Of <i>do</i>. It Also Provides An Outline Of The Book And Gives Suggestions On How To Engage With It. Supporting Scripture: Colossians 3:23.<br /> &#160;<br /><u>chapter 2&-be-longing.</u><br /> When We Are Burned Out, We Are Tired, Dried Up, And Exhausted. The Cultural Expect