The Resilient Life: Manage Stress, Prevent Burnout, & Strengthen Your Mental and Physical Health (Paperback)
The world is experiencing unprecedented levels of burnout, stress, and mental health challenges. This comes with the inevitable fallout: poorer health, chronic exhaustion, strained relationships, and decreased satisfaction and performance at work. You’re so tired of being stressed and tired, but how can you tell the difference between run-of-the-mill stress, burnout, and serious mental health issues like depression or anxiety? And what can you do about it? Throughout the pages of The Resilient Life, you’ll learn how to identify, address, and protect yourself from burnout; easy neuroscience-based techniques that can “rewire” your brain, reduce stress hormones, decrease anxiety, and help restore your sense of calm and control; and how to reconnect with and make time for what matters most, allowing you to reclaim meaning, purpose, and passion in your life. Filled with easy-to-apply tips, straight-talking advice, practical wisdom, and stories from Dr. Susan Biali Haas’s life (and the lives of her clients), The Resilient Life can truly help you to finally break free from overwhelm, get unstuck, and move forward with renewed clarity, energy, well-being, and purpose.
About the Author
Susan Biali Haas, MD, is a medical doctor and executive coach, internationally recognized for her expertise in mental health, stress management, burnout prevention, and resilience. She has provided education on these topics to a wide range of organizations including the United States Navy, Google, McKinsey & Company, Deloitte, and MIT. Her popular Psychology Today blog has over 10 million views, and her opinions have been featured in media such as the Today Show, BBC World Service Radio, Forbes, Oprah.com, and others.
"If you're struggling with burnout or looking to build your resilience, this is it! It's jam-packed with practical guidance, insight, and actionable changes we can make to develop our resilience and "life proof" our health and well-being." —Dr. Merry Lin, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, author and podcaster of The Fully Lived Life
"Highly recommend. Educational and inspiring." —Dr. Cary Wing, EdD, FACSM, CHC, Lifestyle Medicine Advocate
"An insightful, compassionate book based on scientific principles. Easy to navigate, digestible information and strategies. This is not a quick fix book but aims to support the reader in their ability to recognize and manage overwhelm and burnout." —Dr. Tara Quinn-Cirillo, PsychD, host of The Adversity Psychologist Podcast