Chained to the Desk in a Hybrid World: A Guide to Work-Life Balance

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$106.80
Publisher
New York University Press
Publish Date
Pages
368
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.94 inches | 1.49 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781479818846

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About the Author
Bryan E. Robinson is Founder and Chief Architect Officer of Comfort Zones Digital, Professor Emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and a psychotherapist in private practice. He writes for Forbes.com and Thrive Global and is the author of over forty books, including three editions of Chained to the Desk: A Guidebook for Workaholics, Their Partners and Children, and the Clinicians Who Treat Them and #Chill: Turn Off Your Job and Turn on Your Life.
Reviews
"Bryan Robinson is the seminal voice in work addiction recovery. I have greatly benefited from his guidance, experience, knowledge and wisdom on the topic of healing from what I consider to be the quietest and most insidious (and often praised) addiction in today's times."--Alanis Morissette, singer/songwriter
"A profound book that is about more than addictive behavior. It is about the tragic dimension of the human situation."--Harville Hendrix, and Helen LaKelly Hunt, co-authors of Getting the Love You Want: A Guide for Couples
"This 4th edition of Bryan Robinson's groundbreaking book on workaholism arrives at an interesting time in our history. I know of no other book that better identifies this other pandemic of work addiction that takes such a toll on individuals and their families, on the companies that foster it, and yet is so revered in our culture. . . . Offers a host of scientific studies, celebrity stories (including his own moving self-disclosures), as well as compassion-based practices to convince your inner workaholic to let you have your life back. This is an important read for this crucial time in our history."--Richard Schwartz, author of No Bad Parts
"Some books are perfect for keeping on the bedside table, and Bryan Robinson's Chained to the Desk is one of them. Full of inspiration and practical wisdom, this is a blueprint for how to untangle from work addiction, work stress, and the fight-or-flight response and live authentically from the inside out with less stress and burnout and more joy."--Arianna Huffington, Founder and CEO of Thrive Global
"The glorification of `busy' is rampant in our success driven culture. Chained to the Desk is a masterful exploration of the mind of the workaholic and offers creative and powerful practices to build resilience, increase mindfulness, and restore balance in the midst of a speedy and stressful culture."--Tara Brach, Ph.D., author of Trusting the Gold and Radical Acceptance
"This book is a lifesaver for anyone who is burnt out and exhausted from working too much. It comprehensively explains the problems, provides science-based solutions, and tells personal stories that make a great read."--Kristin Neff, author of Self-Compassion
"Masterfully blends compelling stories with cutting-edge science to provide readers with a new way to think about burnout and science-based tools they can use to manage it. If you've ever found yourself struggling to break free from the incessant demands of work, this beautifully written book is for you."--Ethan Kross, author of Chatter
"A truly insightful book that will help you find immersive presence and fulfillment in your life. Dr. Robinson's book offers a combination of heart-warming stories, cutting edge science, and transforming skills--all packaged in a true page turner. If you have heard the words 'work' and 'stress, ' this book is written just for you."--Amit Sood, M.D., Executive Director, Global Center for Resiliency & Wellbeing
"Bryan Robinson has written the universal guide on work addiction and work-life balance. This premier authority has compiled a comprehensive encyclopedia of life-saving strategic techniques in a classic masterpiece."--Joy Erlichman Miller, CEO, Resiliency Forums