Chill: Stress-Reducing Techniques for a More Balanced, Peaceful You

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Simon Pulse, Apr 8, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 208 pages
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Your day starts at 6am and ends at midnight--if you're lucky.
You keep up with all two hundred of your friends on Facebook.
You practically invented the word "multitasking."
Sound familiar?  You're not alone.  You are part of the most overscheduled, overprogrammed, and overwhelmed generation on the planet.  And CHILL can help you manage it all!  It's just a matter of having the right frame of mind.  So relax, take a deep breath...and chill.

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User Review  - mdtwilighter - LibraryThing

There were some great tips in here for how to relieve stress. I felt like the author was taking just to me, as a teenage girl. She understood where my stress came from and gave me great ways to deal ... Read full review

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"Chill: Stress-Reducing Techniques for a More Balanced, Peaceful You" by Deborah Reber (2008) explains what stress is and the effects it has on the body. The book gives suggestions on how to de-stress ... Read full review


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Deborah Reber’s teen books include Doable, Language of Love, Chill, In Their Shoes, and Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul: The Real Deal. She is also the founding editor-in-chief for Heart of Gold, an online destination for teen girls passionate about entrepreneurship, social activism, and volunteerism. She recently moved to Amsterdam with her family. Find out more at

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