Collins Gem Stress Survival Guide

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HarperCollins Publishers, 1998 - Self-Help - 192 pages
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A practical guide to coping with everyday stress. Alphabetical listing of stressful situations, with stress busting tips. A description of different relaxation techniques.

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Contents

Introduction
6
Good stress v bad stress
15
Type B personalities
22
Symptoms of stress
29
How well do you cope with stress?
37
AZ of stressful situations
48
Accidents
50
Bosses
52
Illness
97
Leaving home
98
Miscarriage
101
Money
103
Moving house
105
Parents
106
Partners
108
Phobias
110

Cars
56
Changing career
58
Children
60
Colleagues
63
Cooking
65
linu
67
Death
69
Discrimination
71
Divorce
72
Drinking
74
Driving
76
Drugs
77
Eating disorders
79
Exams and tests
81
Flying
83
Formal occasions
85
Friends
87
Guests
88
Hired helptradesmen
90
Holidays
92
Home repairs
94
Housework
95
Pregnancy
112
Public speaking
115
Redundancy Unemployment
116
Retirement
118
Road rage
120
School
122
Sex
124
Shopping
126
Single people
127
Technology
128
Telephoning
130
Unforeseen circumstances
131
University
133
Massage
146
Reflexology
152
Breathing meditation
159
Aromatherapy
167
Avoid stressaggravating foods
174
Are you your own worst enemy?
181
Everyday stress management
189
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About the author (1998)

Jit Gill is a health journalist and author, who writes for various newspapers and magazines and has a special interest in stress

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