Burnout Syndrome

Burnout Syndrome – destruction of sentience – at the end of the classical subject the present state of research to the Burnout Syndrome is not only inconsistent but also characterized as a massive trend of intellectual fragmentation. Lack of research especially on a contemporary anthropological approach (Anthropology). The sentience of the people was secured by shelters for the spirit and the religion in the time of modernity. If one should support but was generally binding collective regulations, so the people in the modern sense were however not completely burnt out and numb. After the collapse and the crisis of the classical subject of postmodernism, this increasingly occurring syndrome (such as the tip of the iceberg) shows us not only the sensibility of people educated by the digital capitalism (Martin p pole), but also the dead end of human development. The parents and the educators allow it, that the children and young people already at a young age by the Influence of media, particularly the Internet, must develop a disposition by an early sexuality and other heart effects to burn out the sentience.

Not by chance found this syndrome always more frequently already students. The formation of today’s society is more than inhuman and disgusting with their burnout. The Wall Street bankers are just the tip of the iceberg. A strategic mistake would be to weigh them alone the whole evil of society. The Burnout has many faces by the desires and instincts and affected more and more people! “On the subject of the future development prospects of the subject see also PAL Dragos: the future of homeopathy II – the metamorphosis of the subject”, Norderstedt, 2008. The homeopathic approach described in this book provides a great opportunity for the individual treatment of the consequences of the Burnout Syndrome.

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