Does your brain feel like it’s lost in a foggy cloud?
Like it just isn’t working the way it should?
Are you exhausted and just thinking about some action makes you want to curl up in bed?
Did you lose all confidence in your body and brain because they seem to be broken?
Does all of the above sound familiar?
Chances are, you are seriously burned out.
How long has it been like this and is there any progress whatsoever?
Let me guess. It’s been a while and there’s little to no progress…..
Wouldn’t it be nice if there was someone there to help you?
Someone who truly understands what you’re going through?
Someone who has been there and done that?
What if your life would look like this in a while:
Lying in your garden you enjoy the afternoon sun.
You left your job early today because of the nice weather.
Your job is under control.
The work that’s waiting can do so until tomorrow.
Your boss disagrees but you don’t care about that anymore.
You lean back and realize that you are enjoying life again.
You make your choices different than before.
Your job is no longer in pole position.
Unfortunately, your life doesn’t look like that right now, does it?
The world seems to move forward without you.
Your problems concentrating are huge and you can’t seem to remember anything.
You are continuously tired, more tired or exhausted.
Stress and worry keep you up at night.
Days pass by and your situation does not improve.
I’ve been there.
My burnout seemed to last forever.
Days passed by and nothing happened.
Just thinking about my job was enough to upset me completely.
Several doctors and psychologists have helped me.
Some made my life better and some made it worse.
I found my way out of my burnout.
Two steps forward, one step back.
After a couple of months I was able to go to my job again.
But just getting back to work was not the answer.
I was doing my job but my burnout stopped improving.
To really recover from my burnout I had to rediscover and reinvent my entire life.
From the moment I realized that I started to improve.
Instead of seeing only the negatives, I realized how lucky I was.
Lucky to be burned out at the age of 30.
I wondered what was really important to me,
what I excelled at and where I wanted to spend my time.
I started making the choices.
Choices that were made for me in the past
Because of my burnout, I took matters in my own hand.
My life finally belonged to me.
My burnout became my chance.
My chance to change my life and take back control.
I wrote a book about burnout and helped thousands of people recover.
Then, I decided a book just wasn’t enough. I could do better.
That is why I created this coaching program.
If you are interested and want to learn more, just send me an email and I’ll tell you all about it. My email adres is: maaike @ dealingwithburnout.com (without the spaces ofcourse).
Kind regards, Maaike