The stress management sourcebook
The Stress Management Sourcebook is a comprehensive look at the prevalence of stress in our modern world and the sorrowful lack of coping mechanisms that are available to people. Attitude adjustment, exercise, and diet alone are not enough, but the combination of these factors can help reduce the devastating effects of stress. The book takes a holistic and integrative approach to minimizing stress factors and provides checklists, tables, and self-tests that will help the reader identify common stressors and find healthier coping mechanisms.
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