God Knows You're Stressed: Simple Ways to Restore Your Balance

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Edicoes Loyola, Jan 1, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 160 pages
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This book demonstrates that it is not the things that happen in life that causes stress, but that it's a person's reaction to those things that causes stress. With inspiring stories, wisdom and helpful activities that keep trials and tribulations in proper perspective, the author offers proven ways to help avoid pitfalls and maintain a feeling of control over potentially stressful situations.
  

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God Knows You're Stressed

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I've heard this author speak and she is right on the money about stress and how to let it go and not to let it get you down. Anecdotes are wonderful! ... Read full review

Contents

Introdução
7
Mude seu diálogo interno
21
Priorize
31
Esteja presente onde você estiver
41
Evite as pessoas enlouquecedoras
51
Busque espíritos afins
63
Cuide de seu corpo e ele cuidará de você
71
Divirtase
85
Reze
95
Livrese da bagagem negativa
105
Simplesmente diga não
115
Seja grato dê graças
125
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About the author (2001)

Anne Bryan Smollin, C.S.J., is an international lecturer on wellness and spirituality. Her dynamic public speaking style and natural gift for entertaining have sent her far from her Albany, New York, home base to lecture on humor and its effect on wellness, aging, spirituality and stress. A Sister of St. Joseph, Smollin has a bachelor's degree in education and a master's degree in counseling, as well as a doctorate in counseling psychology from Walden University in Naples, Florida. She became the first elementary school guidance counselor in Albany, New York, working on early intervention with the school's students, parents, and teachers. In 1975, Smollin set out on the road to bring her message to even more people. As an educational coordinator for an Albany Consultation Center, Smollin presented parental effectiveness training workshops along the East Coast. She also worked as an adjunct professor for six colleges and institutes, teaching courses on humor as a tool to communicate and as a method in stress management. Smollin serves as the executive director of the Counseling for Laity center in Albany, which offers guidance for married couples, families, adults, and adolescents.

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