Between health and illness: new notions on stress and the nature of well being

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Houghton Mifflin, 1984 - Medical - 255 pages
The psychotherapist-author argues that stress has become a dangerous and widespread influence in modern society, traces the mental events that lead to stress, analyzes its emotional and physical impact, and presents a stress-control program

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7nfi Contents Chapter Topic PROLOGUE
Introducing the stress of life phenomenon
States between health and illness

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About the author (1984)

Barbara Brown is a published academic and fiction writer, as well as a practising psychotherapist.

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