Career burnout: causes and cures
An extensively revised edition of the critically acclaimed Burnout, this guide explores the physical, mental, and emotional exhaustion caused by stress-filled, demanding, yet unrewarding job situations that plague growing numbers of workers.
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achieve activities Albert Camus American Psychological Association appreciation asked attitudes autonomy aware behavior buffers against burnout bureaucratic organizations burn burnout workshop career cause of burnout challenge child abuse Christopher Burney clients coping strategies correlated with burnout correlation between burnout demands dentists develop effect emotional emotionally employees environment example existential expectations experience feedback feel felt friends functions goals homemakers impact important individual Israelis Kafry Karen levels of burnout lives managers marriage Martin Seligman Maslach ment negative nurses occupational organizational overload participants patients person physical Pines positive problems profes profession professional women psychological psychologist relationships response result rewards role conflict satisfaction self-actualization sense of meaning sense of significance share situation situational attributes social support systems source of stress Staff Burnout staff members Steve Weinberg success teachers things tion tional tive vidual wanted workaholic workers