Stress by itself can't hurt you - it's how you respond to stress that counts. In this book, Carol Turkington gives you stress management and stress reduction techniques that are proven to work - including mediation, relaxation techniques, imagery, self-diagnostic tests, and other exercises and methods that can help you handle your hectic, stress-filled life while staying calm, cool, collected, and happy.
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In less time than it takes to get another gray hair, you can identify the causes of your stress, learn how to relax, and ease your anxiety and anger. Stress bt itself can't hurt you it's how you respond to stress that counts. That's where Stress Management for Busy People comes in. Filled with practical advice, it helps you identify your problem fast! and gives you stress-busting tips and techniques you can use now! This fun, concise, interesting handbook teaches you effective, quick and simple ways for reducing stress at work, home, or at school. From identifying the causes of stress, to discovering how mediation, visualization, and other relaxation methods can ease stress, Stress Management for Busy people is filled with practical lessons to help you stay calm, cool, collected, and in control. Fast forwards: A concise, illustrated overview of each chapter's key points. Habits and strategies: time-saving tips and techniques to help you see the big picture and plan ahead. Instant stress releasers: tips designed to help you ease stress fast. Cautions: special alerts because, as with everything else in life, there's a right way and a wrong way to relieve stress. Step-by-step tutorials: highlighted boxes instruct you on special techniques. What's next? At the end of each chapter, you get a preview of what's coming.About the Author:
Carol Turkington specializes in the field of psychology and health. She is the author of 15 books including Reflections for Working Parents and Reflections for Working Women, both published by McGraw-Hill. David Barlow, Ph.D., is Director of the Center for Stress and Anxiety-Related Disorders at Boston University.
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