Stress Reduction for Busy People: Finding peace in an Anxious World (Google eBook)
Offering serious information with a light touch, author Dawn Groves shows that by starting with a few simple changes, anyone can find a few minutes each day to take care of their bodies with exercise, sleep, and good food; their souls with meditation and prayer; and their minds with pursuits that challenge and please. Practical techniques will help readers understand how to mindfully interpret events and issues for healthier emotional responses. Groves demonstrates how a few choices can change bad habits into good ones and how parents can not only cope with their children but also help them become part of a lower-stress solution. Sections include "What to Do in a Crisis," "Your Stress-Management Strategy," and "Goal-Setting Hints and Tips."
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