The Stress Management Sourcebook (Google eBook)

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2000 - Self-Help - 325 pages
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It's no secret that there is a near-epidemic of stress and stress-related diseases in the United States. Here with the cure is "The Stress Management Sourcebook." Filled with useful stress-assessment tests and practical, holistic stress-reduction techniques, this second edition will enable readers to "tame the dragon" of stress in their daily lives.

  

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Contents

A Dragon in Disguise
3
Myths Associated with Stress
15
How Stress Kills
27
PrincipleCentered Stress Management
55
Coping with the Dragon
71
Recognize the Dragon Within You
73
Control Your Organization Dont Let It Control You
109
Establish Winning Relationships
125
FIGHTING BACK THROUGH CONQUERING STRATEGIES Taming the Dragon
229
Exercise to Reduce Anxiety
231
Use the Power Within You
243
ENRICHING YOUR LIFE THROUGH CHANGE Making the Dragon Work for You
269
Your Personal Plan for Taming the Dragon
271
Begin a Process of SelfRenewal
291
References and Notes
305
Index
319

Enrich Your Job
153
Control Lifes Trials and Tribulations
187
Reduce StressPromoting Foods
201
About the Author
325
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BARTON CUNNINGHAM is a Professor in the School of Public Administration at the University of Victoria, in British Columbia, Canada.

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