Burnout in the 21st Century revisits the classic 1980 international best-selling work of psychotherapist Herbert J. Freudenberger who coined the term Burnout. Dr. Freudenberger was chosen as 1983 Psychologist of the Year by The American Psychological Association.
The term Burnout is familiar to a great majority of the public. Like Catch 22—a book title also subliminally ingrained in popular culture as describing an unattainable situation, Burnout rings true beyond its medical diagnosis.
The Freudenberger estate and legal owner of the original manuscript, represented by his son, Marc Freud is committed to preserving and updating Dr. Freudenberger’s legacy. Burnout in the 21st century is rampant, as is the exponential strain on our global society living in an ever-accelerating culture of unrelenting distractions.
The project is near and dear to us. We hope and believe that Dr. Freudenberger’s legacy and knowledge will contribute to the betterment of our society and culture. Our venture is non-profit with the hope of generating revenue to be donated to worthy causes dealing with Burnout relief.
The book’s well-proven past credibility and name recognition, combined with updated information from leaders in academia and business, promises to introduce Dr. Freudenberger’s wisdom to new generations of readers worldwide.
Is your life is stuck on a treadmill? Does each day bring exhaustion despite your best efforts?
If so, you’re not alone. Burnout, the self-perpetuating trap, is part of human existence regardless of race religion and nationality. Life is exhilarating but sometimes exhausting too. The search for equilibrium is ongoing. Life isn’t a race to be won, nothing is ever ‘perfect’. It’s a winding road that we travel with pleasure and pain.
The updated version will include current academic information assembled with the help of academic scholars and business executives. We are actively seeking sound academic, business, and social voices to join our team.
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