Stopped halfway through. Preachy and author “coins” own terms or diagnoses.
Disappointed because I purchased this book after listening to Brene brown’s podcast episode featuring the authors. The weirdest thing was that they instruct you to look at pictures of fat people on the internet until you don’t think negatively toward fat people. They talk about “skinny privilege”, give “data” to support the idea that being overweight is “good for you”. How does any of this actually help us with burn out? So what about those of us who understand how powerful exercise is for mental health and positive self image? Those who are “skinny” are supposed to assume they aren’t healthy or we they are doing something wrong because they aren’t just letting themselves go? Honestly, this book seemed to care more about liberal ideological/social issues than actual clinical burn out.
such a good book for any women who has felt the sting of burnout and the need to be perfect for everyone else.
It was pretty good.
Amazing. Awesome. Game changer.
Thought provoking, reaffirming, and useful tools for self care.
Liked it very much, just knew a lot of facts in the book already, because I read her other book Come As you Are
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