Clinical Holistic Medicine: The Existential Crisis—Life Crisis, Stress, and Burnout

@inproceedings{Ventegodt2005ClinicalHM,
  title={Clinical Holistic Medicine: The Existential Crisis—Life Crisis, Stress, and Burnout},
  author={S{\o}ren Ventegodt and Isack Kandel and Shimshon M. Neikrug and Joav Merrick},
  booktitle={TheScientificWorldJournal},
  year={2005}
}
The triple and parallel loss of quality of life, health, and ability without an organic reason is what we normally recognize as a life crisis, stress, or a burnout. Not being in control is often a terrible and unexpected experience. Failure on the large existential scale is not a part of our expectations, but most people will experience it. The key to getting well again is to get resources and help, which most people experience with shame and guilt. Stress and burnout might seem to be temporary… CONTINUE READING

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